Conservation and clade-specific diversification of pathogen-inducible tryptophan and indole glucosinolate metabolism in Arabidopsis thaliana relatives.

@article{Bednarek2011ConservationAC,
  title={Conservation and clade-specific diversification of pathogen-inducible tryptophan and indole glucosinolate metabolism in Arabidopsis thaliana relatives.},
  author={Paweł Bednarek and Mariola Piślewska-Bednarek and Emiel Ver Loren van Themaat and Ravi Kumar Maddula and Ale{\vs} Svato{\vs} and Paul Schulze-Lefert},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  year={2011},
  volume={192 3},
  pages={
          713-26
        }
}
• A hallmark of the innate immune system of plants is the biosynthesis of low-molecular-weight compounds referred to as secondary metabolites. Tryptophan-derived branch pathways contribute to the capacity for chemical defense against microbes in Arabidopsis thaliana. • Here, we investigated phylogenetic patterns of this metabolic pathway in relatives of A. thaliana following inoculation with filamentous fungal pathogens that employ contrasting infection strategies. • The study revealed… Expand
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