Pore-forming properties of elicitors of plant defense reactions and cellulolytic enzymes.


Using the planar lipid bilayer technique, it is shown that a yeast elicitor as well as several cellulolytic enzymes used in protoplasting plant cells contain components which strongly interact with the bilayers. This results in the appearance of transmembrane ion fluxes which may pass through membrane defect structures and even large conductance pores with… (More)


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