Identification, Phylogeny, and Transcript of Chitinase Family Genes in Sugarcane

@article{Su2015IdentificationPA,
  title={Identification, Phylogeny, and Transcript of Chitinase Family Genes in Sugarcane},
  author={Yachun Su and Liping Xu and Shanshan Wang and Zhuqing Wang and Yuting Yang and Yun Chen and Youxiong Que},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2015},
  volume={5}
}
Chitinases are pathogensis-related proteins, which play an important role in plant defense mechanisms. The role of the sugarcane chitinase family genes remains unclear due to the highly heterozygous and aneuploidy chromosome genetic background of sugarcane. Ten differentially expressed chitinase genes (belonging to class I~VII) were obtained from RNA-seq analysis of both incompatible and compatible sugarcane genotypes during Sporisorium scitamineum challenge. Their structural properties and… Expand
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