MOS2 has redundant function with its homolog MOS2H and is required for proper splicing of SNC1.

@article{Copeland2013MOS2HR,
  title={MOS2 has redundant function with its homolog MOS2H and is required for proper splicing of SNC1.},
  author={Charles C J Copeland and Shaohua Xu and Yijun Qi and Xin Li},
  journal={Plant signaling & behavior},
  year={2013},
  volume={8 9}
}
Plant immunity is essential for plant survival and resistance (R) proteins serve essential roles in pathogen detection and defense signal initiation. A gain-of-function mutation in SNC1, a TIR-type R gene, results in a characteristic autoimmune phenotype in Arabidopsis. From a forward genetic suppressor screen using snc1, MOS2 (MODIFIER of snc1), which encodes an RNA-binding protein, was identified. When MOS2 function is lost, the autoimmunity caused by snc1 is abolished and basal resistance… CONTINUE READING

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