Host-selective toxins produced by the plant pathogenic fungus Alternaria alternata.

@article{Tsuge2013HostselectiveTP,
  title={Host-selective toxins produced by the plant pathogenic fungus Alternaria alternata.},
  author={Takashi Tsuge and Yoshiaki Harimoto and Kazuya Akimitsu and Kouhei Ohtani and Motoichiro Kodama and Yasunori Akagi and Mayumi Egusa and Mikihiro Yamamoto and Hiroshi Otani},
  journal={FEMS microbiology reviews},
  year={2013},
  volume={37 1},
  pages={44-66}
}
Host-selective toxins (HSTs) produced by fungal plant pathogens are generally low-molecular-weight secondary metabolites with a diverse range of structures that function as effectors controlling pathogenicity or virulence in certain plant-pathogen interactions. There are now seven known diseases caused by Alternaria alternata in which HSTs are responsible for fungal pathogenesis. The pathogens have been defined as pathotypes of A. alternata because of morphological similarity but pathological… CONTINUE READING
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