Polymorphic residues in rice NLRs expand binding and response to effectors of the blast pathogen

Volume: 4, Issue: 8, Pages: 576 - 585
Published: Jul 9, 2018
Abstract
Accelerated adaptive evolution is a hallmark of plant–pathogen interactions. Plant intracellular immune receptors (NLRs) often occur as allelic series with differential pathogen specificities. The determinants of this specificity remain largely unknown. Here, we unravelled the biophysical and structural basis of expanded specificity in the allelic rice NLR Pik, which responds to the effector AVR-Pik from the rice blast pathogen Magnaporthe...
Paper Details
Title
Polymorphic residues in rice NLRs expand binding and response to effectors of the blast pathogen
Published Date
Jul 9, 2018
Volume
4
Issue
8
Pages
576 - 585
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