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The ubiquitin-dependent N-end rule pathway enhances pathogen responses in plants

ABSTRACT: Microarray experiments to compare gene expression profiles of ate1 ate2 double-mutant plants and the wild type at different developmental stages and after the infiltration with Pseudomonas syringae strain Pst AvrRpm1. Overall design: Global gene expression in ate1 ate2 double mutant seedlings was compared to that in wild-type seedlings using Agilent whole-genome microarrays. In addition, the response of both ate1 ate2 mutant and wild-type plants to infection with Pseudomonas syringae strain Pst AvrRpm1 was tested at different time-points after infiltration.

INSTRUMENT(S): Agilent-023137 Arabidopsis_TAIR8

SUBMITTER: Frank Wellmer  

PROVIDER: GSE80275 | GEO | 2016-05-02



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To efficiently counteract pathogens, plants rely on a complex set of immune responses that are tightly regulated to allow the timely activation, appropriate duration and adequate amplitude of defense programs. The coordination of the plant immune response is known to require the activity of the ubiquitin/proteasome system, which controls the stability of proteins in eukaryotes. Here, we demonstrate that the N-end rule pathway, a subset of the ubiquitin/proteasome system, regulates the defense ag  ...[more]

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