Plant Cell Wall Remodelling in the Rhizobium – Legume Symbiosis

@inproceedings{Brewin2004PlantCW,
  title={Plant Cell Wall Remodelling in the Rhizobium – Legume Symbiosis},
  author={Nicholas J. Brewin},
  year={2004}
}
∗Corresponding author. E-mail: nick.brewin@bbsrc.ac.uk Abbreviations: AGP, Arabinogalactan protein; GPI-anchor, Glycosylphosphatidylinositol lipid anchor; HRGP, Hydroxyproline-rich glycoprotein; IT, Infection thread; NF, Nod-factor (Lipochitin oligosaccharide); LPS, lipolysaccharide; PRP, proline-rich protein; UDP, uridine diphosphate Colonization of host cells by rhizobium bacteria involves the progressive remodelling of the plant–microbial interface. Following induction of nodulation genes by… CONTINUE READING
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