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PATHOGENESIS-RELATED PROTEINS: RESEARCH PROGRESS IN THE LAST 15 YEARS

@inproceedings{Edreva2005PATHOGENESISRELATEDPR,
  title={PATHOGENESIS-RELATED PROTEINS: RESEARCH PROGRESS IN THE LAST 15 YEARS},
  author={Aglika Edreva and Dontcho Kostoff},
  year={2005}
}
Summary. An overview of the evolution of knowledge on the nomenclature, classification, induction, occurrence, functions, and role of pathogenesis-related proteins (PRs) is presented, covering generally the last fifteen years. The recommendations for naming and defining PRs are introduced, and the criteria required for the inclusion of new families into PRs are considered. The revision of the previous view on PRs as inducible proteins is argumented, given their constitutive expression in… 

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