Transcriptome profiling of the rice blast fungus during invasive plant infection and in vitro stresses

@inproceedings{Mathioni2010TranscriptomePO,
  title={Transcriptome profiling of the rice blast fungus during invasive plant infection and in vitro stresses},
  author={Sandra M Mathioni and Andressa Bel{\'o} and Christopher J Rizzo and Ralph A. Dean and Nicole Donofrio},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2010}
}
BackgroundRice blast is the most threatening disease to cultivated rice. Magnaporthe oryzae, its causal agent, is likely to encounter environmental challenges during invasive growth in its host plants that require shifts in gene expression to establish a compatible interaction. Here, we tested the hypothesis that gene expression patterns during in planta invasive growth are similar to in vitro stress conditions, such as nutrient limitation, temperature up shift and oxidative stress, and… CONTINUE READING

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