Cooperative interaction of antimicrobial peptides with the interrelated immune pathways in plants

@inproceedings{Moghaddam2016CooperativeIO,
  title={Cooperative interaction of antimicrobial peptides with the interrelated immune pathways in plants},
  author={Mohammad Reza Bolouri Moghaddam and Andreas Vilcinskas and Mohammad Rahnamaeian},
  booktitle={Molecular plant pathology},
  year={2016}
}
Plants express a diverse repertoire of functionally and structurally distinct antimicrobial peptides (AMPs) which provide innate immunity by acting directly against a wide range of pathogens. AMPs are expressed in nearly all plant organs, either constitutively or in response to microbial infections. In addition to their direct activity, they also contribute to plant immunity by modulating defence responses resulting from pathogen-associated molecular pattern/effector-triggered immunity, and… CONTINUE READING
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