Immunity to Rice Blast Disease by Suppression of Effector-Triggered Necrosis

@article{Wang2016ImmunityTR,
  title={Immunity to Rice Blast Disease by Suppression of Effector-Triggered Necrosis},
  author={Ruyi Wang and Yuese Ning and Xuetao Shi and Feng He and Chongyang Zhang and Jiangbo Fan and Nan Jiang and Yu Zhang and Ting Zhang and Yajun Hu and Maria del Rosario Bellizzi and Guo-liang Wang},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2016},
  volume={26},
  pages={2399-2411}
}
Hemibiotrophic pathogens are some of the most destructive plant pathogens, causing huge economic losses and threatening global food security. Infection with these organisms often involves an initial biotrophic infection phase, during which the pathogen spreads in host tissue asymptomatically, followed by a necrotrophic phase, during which host-cell death is induced. How hemibiotrophic pathogens trigger host necrosis and how plants inhibit the transition from the biotrophic stage to the… CONTINUE READING
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