Disease stress inducible genes of tobacco: Expression profile of elicitor-responsive genes isolated by subtractive hybridization
In order to investigate the change in mRNA profile during tobacco disease response, a subtractive hybridization procedure was used to generate a cDNA library for genes induced in tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum cv. Samsun NN) treated with oomycete elicitor. Database searches with the randomly isolated genes revealed that this cDNA library was enriched for reported disease stress-responsive genes such as pathogenesis-related proteins and cell wall protein genes. The expressions of eight newly...[Show more]
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