The Arabidopsis PEPR pathway couples local and systemic plant immunity.

@article{Ross2014TheAP,
  title={The Arabidopsis PEPR pathway couples local and systemic plant immunity.},
  author={Annegret Ross and Kohji Yamada and Kei Hiruma and Misuzu Yamashita-Yamada and Xunli Lu and Yoshitaka Takano and Kenichi Tsuda and Yusuke Saijo},
  journal={The EMBO journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={33 1},
  pages={62-75}
}
Recognition of microbial challenges leads to enhanced immunity at both the local and systemic levels. In Arabidopsis, EFR and PEPR1/PEPR2 act as the receptor for the bacterial elongation factor EF-Tu (elf18 epitope) and for the endogenous PROPEP-derived Pep epitopes, respectively. The PEPR pathway has been described to mediate defence signalling following microbial recognition. Here we show that PROPEP2/PROPEP3 induction upon pathogen challenges is robust against jasmonate, salicylate, or… CONTINUE READING

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