Strangers in the matrix: plant cell walls and pathogen susceptibility.

@article{Cantu2008StrangersIT,
  title={Strangers in the matrix: plant cell walls and pathogen susceptibility.},
  author={Dario Cantu and Ariel R Vicente and John M. Labavitch and Alan B Bennett and Ann Powell},
  journal={Trends in plant science},
  year={2008},
  volume={13 11},
  pages={610-7}
}
Early in infection, pathogens encounter the outer wall of plant cells. Because pathogen hydrolases targeting the plant cell wall are well-known components of virulence, it has been assumed that wall disassembly by the plant itself also contributes to susceptibility, and now this has been established experimentally. Understanding how plant morphological and developmental remodeling and pathogen cell wall targeted virulence influence infections provides new perspectives about plant-pathogen… CONTINUE READING

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