Lectin-Mediated Resistance Impairs Plant Virus Infection at the Cellular Level[C][W][OA]

@article{Yamaji2012LectinMediatedRI,
  title={Lectin-Mediated Resistance Impairs Plant Virus Infection at the Cellular Level[C][W][OA]},
  author={Y. Yamaji and K. Maejima and K. Komatsu and Takuya Shiraishi and Yukari Okano and M. Himeno and Kyoko Sugawara and Y. Neriya and N. Minato and C. Miura and M. Hashimoto and S. Namba},
  journal={Plant Cell},
  year={2012},
  volume={24},
  pages={778 - 793}
}
This work identifies jacalin-type lectin that is responsible for resistance to multiple plant viruses belonging to the genus Potexvirus. The isolation and characterization of this lectin sheds light on a novel resistance machinery to plant viruses. Plants possess a multilayered defense response, known as plant innate immunity, to infection by a wide variety of pathogens. Lectins, sugar binding proteins, play essential roles in the innate immunity of animal cells, but the role of lectins in… Expand
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