Global translational reprogramming is a fundamental layer of immune regulation in plants

@inproceedings{Xu2017GlobalTR,
  title={Global translational reprogramming is a fundamental layer of immune regulation in plants},
  author={Guoyong Xu and George H. Greene and Heejin Yoo and Lijing Liu and Jorge Marques and J. Brooks Motley and Xinnian Dong},
  booktitle={Nature},
  year={2017}
}
In the absence of specialized immune cells, the need for plants to reprogram transcription to transition from growth-related activities to defence is well understood. However, little is known about translational changes that occur during immune induction. Using ribosome footprinting, here we perform global translatome profiling on Arabidopsis exposed to the microbe-associated molecular pattern elf18. We find that during this pattern-triggered immunity, translation is tightly regulated and… CONTINUE READING
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