The multigene family encoding germin-like proteins of barley. Regulation and function in Basal host resistance.

  title={The multigene family encoding germin-like proteins of barley. Regulation and function in Basal host resistance.},
  author={Grit Zimmermann and Helmut B{\"a}umlein and Hans P Mock and Axel Himmelbach and Patrick Schweizer},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  volume={142 1},
Germin-like proteins (GLPs) have been shown to be encoded by multigene families in several plant species and a role of some subfamily members in defense against pathogen attack has been proposed based on gene regulation studies and transgenic approaches. We studied the function of six GLP subfamilies of barley (Hordeum vulgare) by selecting single mRNAs for gene expression studies as well as overexpression and gene-silencing experiments in barley and Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana… CONTINUE READING
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