2011 Research highlights

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Plant and animal pathogens inject type III effectors (T3Es) into host cells to suppress host immunity and promote successful infection...
Phylogenetic analysis has previously shown that plant receptor-like-kinases (RLKs) are monophyletic with respect to the kinase domain and share an evolutionary origin with the animal interleukin-1 receptor-associated kinase (IRAK)/Pelle soluble kinases...
Plant and animal bacterial pathogens have evolved to produce virulence factors, called type III effectors, which are injected into host cells to suppress host defences and promote pathogen development.

Modification date: 07 June 2023 | Publication date: 26 November 2012 | By: Equipe communication