Harpin Hpa1 Interacts with Aquaporin PIP1;4 to Promote the Substrate Transport and Photosynthesis in Arabidopsis

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Harpin proteins produced by plant-pathogenic Gram-negative bacteria are the venerable player in regulating bacterial virulence and inducing plant growth and defenses. A major gap in these effects is plant sensing linked to cellular responses, and plant sensor for harpin Hpa1 from rice bacterial blight pathogen points to plasma membrane intrinsic protein… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/srep17207

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@inproceedings{Li2015HarpinHI, title={Harpin Hpa1 Interacts with Aquaporin PIP1;4 to Promote the Substrate Transport and Photosynthesis in Arabidopsis}, author={Liang Li and Hao Wang and Jorge Gago and Haiying Cui and Zhengjiang Qian and Naomi Kodama and Hongtao Ji and Shan Yue Tian and Dan Shen and Yanjuan Chen and Fengli Sun and Zhonglan Xia and Qing Ye and Wei Sun and Jaume Flexas and Hansong Dong}, booktitle={Scientific reports}, year={2015} }