DspA/E Contributes to Apoplastic Accumulation of ROS in Non-host A. thaliana

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The bacterium Erwinia amylovora is responsible for the fire blight disease of Maleae, which provokes necrotic symptoms on aerial parts. The pathogenicity of this bacterium in hosts relies on its type three-secretion system (T3SS), a molecular syringe that allows the bacterium to inject effectors into the plant cell. E. amylovora-triggered disease in host… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2016.00545

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@inproceedings{Launay2016DspAECT, title={DspA/E Contributes to Apoplastic Accumulation of ROS in Non-host A. thaliana}, author={Alban Launay and Oriane Patrit and Estelle W{\'e}n{\`e}s and Mathilde Fagard}, booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.}, year={2016} }