Mis-Spliced Lr34 Transcript Events in Winter Wheat

@article{Fang2017MisSplicedLT,
  title={Mis-Spliced Lr34 Transcript Events in Winter Wheat},
  author={T. Fang and B. Carver and R. Hunger and L. Yan},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2017},
  volume={12}
}
Lr34 in wheat is a non-race-specific gene that confers resistance against multiple fungal pathogens. The resistant allele Lr34 and the susceptible allele Lr34s can be distinguished by three polymorphisms that cause alternation of deduced amino acid sequences of Lr34 at the protein level. In seedlings of a cultivar carrying the resistant Lr34r allele, only a portion (35%) of its transcripts was correctly spliced and the majority (65%) of its transcripts were incorrectly spliced due to multiple… Expand
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