Immunodetection of PR-1-like proteins in grapevine leaves infected with Oidium tuckeri and in elicited suspension cell cultures

@inproceedings{Repka2015ImmunodetectionOP,
  title={Immunodetection of PR-1-like proteins in grapevine leaves infected with Oidium tuckeri and in elicited suspension cell cultures},
  author={Vladim{\'i}r Repka and Jana Kub{\'i}kov{\'a} and Irma Fischerova},
  year={2015}
}
Three pathogenesis-related (PR-1-like) proteins extractable at pH 8.0 were found to accumulate in grapevine leaves after fungal pathogen ( Oidium tuckeri) infection. These proteins were called gPR-1 (grapevine pathogenesis-related) proteins. Estimated molecular masses in SDS-containing gels were: gPR-1a 15.5 kDa; gPR-1b 16.8 kDa; gPR-1c 17.7 kDa. Antiserum raised against tobacco PR-la reacted specifically with grapevine counterparts. Likewise, stimulation of gPR-1 protein accumulation was… CONTINUE READING

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