SRFR1, a suppressor of effector-triggered immunity, encodes a conserved tetratricopeptide repeat protein with similarity to transcriptional repressors.

@article{Kwon2009SRFR1AS,
  title={SRFR1, a suppressor of effector-triggered immunity, encodes a conserved tetratricopeptide repeat protein with similarity to transcriptional repressors.},
  author={Soon Il Kwon and Sang Hee Kim and Saikat Bhattacharjee and Jae-Jong Noh and Walter Gassmann},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={57 1},
  pages={109-19}
}
Effector-triggered immunity provides plants with strong protection from pathogens. However, this response has the potential to be highly deleterious to the host and needs to be tightly controlled. The molecular mechanisms in the plant that regulate the balance between activation and suppression of resistance are not fully understood. Previously, we identified Arabidopsis suppressor of rps4-RLD 1 (srfr1) mutants with enhanced resistance to the bacterial effector AvrRps4. These mutants were… CONTINUE READING
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