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The N-Terminal Domain of the Tomato Immune Protein Prf Contains Multiple Homotypic and Pto Kinase Interaction Sites

Saur, Isabel; Conlan, Brendon; Rathjen, John


Background: Plant immune proteins display complex conformations. Results: The Prf N-terminal domain forms a homo-dimer, has two binding sites for Pto kinase, and interacts with the Prf leucine-rich repeats domain. Conclusion: The Prf N-terminal domain coordinates multiple domain interactions to control the activity of the immune complex. Significance: Additional resolution is supplied to the Prf-Pto complex.

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Date published: 2015
Type: Journal article
Source: Journal of Biological Chemistry
DOI: 10.1074/jbc.M114.616532
Access Rights: Open Access


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