Three transcripts of EDS1-like genes respond differently to Vitis flexuosa infection

  title={Three transcripts of EDS1-like genes respond differently to Vitis flexuosa infection},
  author={Md. Zaherul Islam and Hae Keun Yun},
  journal={Journal of Plant Biotechnology},
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De novo transcriptome assembly of Vitis flexuosa grapevines inoculated with Elsinoe ampelina
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Genome-wide identification and expression analysis of calcium-dependent protein kinase in maize
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Arabidopsis EDS1 Connects Pathogen Effector Recognition to Cell Compartment–Specific Immune Responses
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Functional characterization and signal transduction ability of nucleotide-binding site-leucine-rich repeat resistance genes in plants.
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Identification and expression analysis of a pathogen- responsive PR-1 gene from Chinese wild Vitis quinquangularis
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