Identification of six transcripts encoding putative receptor-like protein kinase (RLK) and their expression profiles in Vitis flexuosa infected with pathogens

  title={Identification of six transcripts encoding putative receptor-like protein kinase (RLK) and their expression profiles in Vitis flexuosa infected with pathogens},
  author={Md. Zaherul Islam and Soon Young Ahn and Hae Keun Yun},
  journal={Scientia Horticulturae},
Abstract Grapevines are exposed to various diseases, resulting in serious problems. However, cultivation of grapevines carrying genes related to disease resistance is a potential strategy for management of diseases during grape production. Receptor-like protein kinase (RLK) is an important gene related to disease resistance in plants. We identified six transcripts of receptor-like protein kinase genes showing different expression patterns, VfRLK586 ( Vitis flexuosa Receptor-Like Kinase 586… Expand
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