Reprogramming of plant cells induced by 6b oncoproteins from the plant pathogen Agrobacterium

@article{Ito2014ReprogrammingOP,
  title={Reprogramming of plant cells induced by 6b oncoproteins from the plant pathogen Agrobacterium},
  author={Masaki Ito and Yasunori Machida},
  journal={Journal of Plant Research},
  year={2014},
  volume={128},
  pages={423-435}
}
Reprogramming of plant cells is an event characterized by dedifferentiation, reacquisition of totipotency, and enhanced cell proliferation, and is typically observed during formation of the callus, which is dependent on plant hormones. The callus-like cell mass, called a crown gall tumor, is induced at the sites of infection by Agrobacterium species through the expression of hormone-synthesizing genes encoded in the T-DNA region, which probably involves a similar reprogramming process. One of… CONTINUE READING
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