Project description:ACN_BlumORF_20101027_F009873 In solution tryptic digest of ACN fractions and crude extracts of sporulating hyphae nRPLC 130 min 2-32%ACN and 20min 32-48%ACN gradients online with nESI LTQ OrbitrapXL MSMS (CID) db: Blumeria ORF db (contigs) Mascot search 99% confidence
Project description:We performed RNA-sequencing of Bgh-infected barley leaves at two different time-points after infection to examine gene expression in the barley powdery mildew isolate DH14 during plant pathogenesis. Overall design: Detached leaves of the barley cultivar Pallas were infected with Bgh isolate DH14. Epidermal peels were used to enrich fungal RNA. The samples were collected at 16 and 48 hours post inoculation (hpi).
Project description:Large scale proteomics of Blumeria graminis f.sp. hordei DH14 has been conducted with a new ORF database containing candidate secreted effector proteins (CSEPs). With a comparative approach, CSEPs only deteted in Haustoria (the interacting cells) containing tissue were identified.
Project description:Time course: Interaction of Blumeria graminis f. sp. hordei with Hordeum vulgare, Ingrid (leaf epidermis) and Blumeria graminis f. sp. tritici with Hordeum vulgare, Ingrid (leaf epidermis)
Project description:Powdery mildew is a very common plant disease and only few plants are immune. Host interactions have been identified and characterized for the pathosystems barley-B. graminis f. sp. tritici (Bgt) and wheat-B. graminis f. sp. hordei (Bgh), whereas no data are reported about powdery mildew and nonhost plants, such as rice. On the other hand rice nonhost resistance is widely unexploited and only few expression data are available. To characterize rice response during nonhost interaction with Bgh, a global expression analysis was performed by using the GeneChip® Rice Genome Array. To describe rice gene expression profiles during nonhost interaction, 2 week-old rice plantlets were inoculated with Bgh. Treated (inoculated) and control (mock) samples were collected 24 hours post-inoculation for GeneChip® Rice Genome Array hybridization. For transcript proﬁling experiments with powdery mildew, entire leaves were sampled from rice plantlets 2 weeks old (cv. Nipponbare). Treated and control (mock) rice leaves were collected 24 hours post inoculation. Three biological replicates for inoculated and control plants were extracted and analysed independently with the GeneChip® Rice Genome Array.