Identification of putative TAL effector targets of the citrus canker pathogens shows functional convergence underlying disease development and defense response

Identification of putative TAL effector targets of the citrus canker pathogens shows functional convergence underlying disease development and defense response

M. F. Carazzolle, A. L. A. Pereira, M. N. Domingues, J. C. Silva, V. Y. Abe, M. L. P. de Oliveira, C. E. Benedetti, R. A. Cernadas

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Transcriptional activator-like ( TAL) effectors, formerly known as the AvrBs3/PthA protein family, are DNA-binding effectors broadly found in Xanthomonas spp. that transactivate host genes upon injection via the bacterial type three-secretion system. Biologically relevant targets of TAL effectors,...

CONSELHO NACIONAL DE DESENVOLVIMENTO CIENTÍFICO E TECNOLÓGICO - CNPQ

FUNDAÇÃO DE AMPARO À PESQUISA DO ESTADO DE SÃO PAULO - FAPESP

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Identification of putative TAL effector targets of the citrus canker pathogens shows functional convergence underlying disease development and defense response

M. F. Carazzolle, A. L. A. Pereira, M. N. Domingues, J. C. Silva, V. Y. Abe, M. L. P. de Oliveira, C. E. Benedetti, R. A. Cernadas


										

Identification of putative TAL effector targets of the citrus canker pathogens shows functional convergence underlying disease development and defense response

M. F. Carazzolle, A. L. A. Pereira, M. N. Domingues, J. C. Silva, V. Y. Abe, M. L. P. de Oliveira, C. E. Benedetti, R. A. Cernadas

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    BMC genomics

    Vol. 15 (Feb., 2014), n. art. 157