Pre- and Postinvasion Defenses Both Contribute to Nonhost Resistance in Arabidopsis

@article{Lipka2005PreAP,
  title={Pre- and Postinvasion Defenses Both Contribute to Nonhost Resistance in Arabidopsis},
  author={Volker Lipka and Jan Dittgen and Paweł Bednarek and Riyaz Ahmad Bhat and Marcel Wiermer and Monica Stein and J{\"o}rn Landtag and Wolfgang Brandt and Sabine Rosahl and Dierk Scheel and F. Llorente and Antonio Molina and Jane E. Parker and Shauna C Somerville and Paul Schulze-Lefert},
  journal={Science},
  year={2005},
  volume={310},
  pages={1180 - 1183}
}
Nonhost resistance describes the immunity of an entire plant species against nonadapted pathogen species. We report that Arabidopsis PEN2 restricts pathogen entry of two ascomycete powdery mildew fungi that in nature colonize grass and pea species. The PEN2 glycosyl hydrolase localizes to peroxisomes and acts as a component of an inducible preinvasion resistance mechanism. Postinvasion fungal growth is blocked by a separate resistance layer requiring the EDS1-PAD4-SAG101 signaling complex… Expand
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