Rhizobium nod factor signaling. Evidence for a g protein-mediated transduction mechanism

@article{Pingret1998RhizobiumNF,
  title={Rhizobium nod factor signaling. Evidence for a g protein-mediated transduction mechanism},
  author={Pingret and Journet and Barker},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={1998},
  volume={10 5},
  pages={659-72}
}
Rhizobium nodulation (Nod) factors are lipochitooligosaccharide signals that elicit key symbiotic developmental responses in the host legume root. In this study, we have investigated Nod factor signal transduction in the Medicago root epidermis by using a pharmacological approach in conjunction with transgenic plants expressing the Nod factor-responsive reporter construct pMtENOD12-GUS. Evidence for the participation of heterotrimeric G proteins in Nod factor signaling has come from three… CONTINUE READING
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