Translocation of the fungal effector AvrM into host cells
Rust fungi are obligate biotrophic pathogens that are responsible for some of the most devastating diseases of economically important plants. It is thought that these pathogens are able to evade host defense responses and obtain nutrients from living host tissue through the actions of small, secreted proteins known as effectors, which alter the structure and function of plant cells. Therefore, elucidating the fate of these proteins during infection is important for understanding the molecular...[Show more]
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