Effector Proteins of the Bacterial Pathogen Pseudomonas syringae Alter the Extracellular Proteome of the Host Plant, Arabidopsis thaliana
In plants, potential pathogenic bacteria do not enter the host cell. Therefore, a large portion of the molecular interaction between microbial pathogen and host occurs in the extracellular space. To investigate potential mechanisms of disease resistance and susceptibility, we analyzed changes in the extracellular proteome, or secretome, using the Arabidopsis-Pseudomonas syringae pathosystem. This system provides the possibility to directly compare interactions resulting in basal resistance,...[Show more]
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