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Comparison of plant responses upon Aphanomyces euteiches infection in wild type (A17) and NFP allelic mutants

ABSTRACT: affy_aphanomyces_medicago - NFP is one of the putative Nod factor receptor and plays therefore a key role in the establishment of symbiosis. nfp allelic mutants are more susceptible to Aphanomyces euteiches (Ae), a root pathogen, than the A17 wild type (WT) line. In this study we want to compare the early plant responses, 1 day post inoculation (dpi) between WT and the nfp2 mutant, in order to identify NFP-dependent gene networks during infection.-Fifteen-day-old A17 or nfp-2 plants were grown in vitro on M medium. The entire roots were then inoculated (or not = controls) with a A. euteiches zoospores (105/ml) and harvested one day after inoculation. Three independent repeats were performed. Keywords: normal vs ems mutant comparison,near isogenic lines (hif) Overall design: 12 arrays - Medicago

INSTRUMENT(S): [Medicago] Affymetrix Medicago Genome Array

ORGANISM(S): Medicago truncatula  

SUBMITTER: sandrine balzergue 

PROVIDER: GSE20587 | GEO | 2011-09-02



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