Arabidopsis cell surface LRR immune receptor signaling through the EDS1-PAD4-ADR1 node

@article{Pruitt2020ArabidopsisCS,
  title={Arabidopsis cell surface LRR immune receptor signaling through the EDS1-PAD4-ADR1 node},
  author={Rory N Pruitt and Lisha Zhang and Svenja C. Saile and Darya Karelina and Katja Fr{\"o}hlich and Wei-Lin Wan and Shaofei Rao and Andrea A. Gust and Federica Locci and Matthieu H.A.J. Joosten and Bart P.H.J. Thomma and Jian-Min Zhou and Jeffery L. Dangl and Detlef Weigel and Jane E. Parker and Farid El Kasmi and Thorsten N{\"u}rnberger},
  journal={bioRxiv},
  year={2020}
}
Plants use both cell surface and intracellular immune receptors with leucine rich-repeat (LRRs) to detect pathogens. LRR receptor kinases (LRR-RKs) and LRR receptor-like proteins (LRR-RPs) recognize extracellular microbe-derived molecules to confer pattern-triggered immunity (PTI), while nucleotide-binding LRR (NLR) proteins detect microbial effectors inside the cell to confer effector-triggered immunity (ETI). Despite PTI and ETI signaling being initiated in different compartments, both rely… 
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