SNARE-protein-mediated disease resistance at the plant cell wall

@article{Collins2003SNAREproteinmediatedDR,
  title={SNARE-protein-mediated disease resistance at the plant cell wall},
  author={Nicholas C. Collins and Hans Thordal-Christensen and Volker Lipka and Stephan Bau and Erich Kombrink and Jin‐Long Qiu and Ralph H{\"u}ckelhoven and Monica Stein and Andreas Freialdenhoven and Shauna C Somerville and Paul Schulze-Lefert},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2003},
  volume={425},
  pages={973-977}
}
Failure of pathogenic fungi to breach the plant cell wall constitutes a major component of immunity of non-host plant species—species outside the pathogen host range—and accounts for a proportion of aborted infection attempts on ‘susceptible’ host plants (basal resistance). Neither form of penetration resistance is understood at the molecular level. We developed a screen for penetration (pen) mutants of Arabidopsis, which are disabled in non-host penetration resistance against barley powdery… 
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