A combination of chitooligosaccharide and lipochitooligosaccharide recognition promotes arbuscular mycorrhizal associations in Medicago truncatula

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A combination of chitooligosaccharide and lipochitooligosaccharide recognition promotes arbuscular mycorrhizal associations in Medicago truncatula. / Feng, Feng; Sun, Jongho; Radhakrishnan, Guru V.; Lee, Tak; Bozsóki, Zoltán; Fort, Sébastien; Gavrin, Aleksander; Gysel, Kira; Thygesen, Mikkel B.; Andersen, Kasper Røjkjær; Radutoiu, Simona; Stougaard, Jens; Oldroyd, Giles E.D.

I: Nature Communications, Bind 10, Nr. 1, 5047, 2019.

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Feng, F, Sun, J, Radhakrishnan, GV, Lee, T, Bozsóki, Z, Fort, S, Gavrin, A, Gysel, K, Thygesen, MB, Andersen, KR, Radutoiu, S, Stougaard, J & Oldroyd, GED 2019, 'A combination of chitooligosaccharide and lipochitooligosaccharide recognition promotes arbuscular mycorrhizal associations in Medicago truncatula', Nature Communications, bind 10, nr. 1, 5047. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-12999-5

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Feng, F., Sun, J., Radhakrishnan, G. V., Lee, T., Bozsóki, Z., Fort, S., Gavrin, A., Gysel, K., Thygesen, M. B., Andersen, K. R., Radutoiu, S., Stougaard, J., & Oldroyd, G. E. D. (2019). A combination of chitooligosaccharide and lipochitooligosaccharide recognition promotes arbuscular mycorrhizal associations in Medicago truncatula. Nature Communications, 10(1), [5047]. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-12999-5

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Feng, Feng ; Sun, Jongho ; Radhakrishnan, Guru V. ; Lee, Tak ; Bozsóki, Zoltán ; Fort, Sébastien ; Gavrin, Aleksander ; Gysel, Kira ; Thygesen, Mikkel B. ; Andersen, Kasper Røjkjær ; Radutoiu, Simona ; Stougaard, Jens ; Oldroyd, Giles E.D. / A combination of chitooligosaccharide and lipochitooligosaccharide recognition promotes arbuscular mycorrhizal associations in Medicago truncatula. I: Nature Communications. 2019 ; Bind 10, Nr. 1.

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title = "A combination of chitooligosaccharide and lipochitooligosaccharide recognition promotes arbuscular mycorrhizal associations in Medicago truncatula",
abstract = "Plants associate with beneficial arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi facilitating nutrient acquisition. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi produce chitooligosaccharides (COs) and lipo-chitooligosaccharides (LCOs), that promote symbiosis signalling with resultant oscillations in nuclear-associated calcium. The activation of symbiosis signalling must be balanced with activation of immunity signalling, which in fungal interactions is promoted by COs resulting from the chitinaceous fungal cell wall. Here we demonstrate that COs ranging from CO4-CO8 can induce symbiosis signalling in Medicago truncatula. CO perception is a function of the receptor-like kinases MtCERK1 and LYR4, that activate both immunity and symbiosis signalling. A combination of LCOs and COs act synergistically to enhance symbiosis signalling and suppress immunity signalling and receptors involved in both CO and LCO perception are necessary for mycorrhizal establishment. We conclude that LCOs, when present in a mix with COs, drive a symbiotic outcome and this mix of signals is essential for arbuscular mycorrhizal establishment.",
author = "Feng Feng and Jongho Sun and Radhakrishnan, {Guru V.} and Tak Lee and Zolt{\'a}n Bozs{\'o}ki and S{\'e}bastien Fort and Aleksander Gavrin and Kira Gysel and Thygesen, {Mikkel B.} and Andersen, {Kasper R{\o}jkj{\ae}r} and Simona Radutoiu and Jens Stougaard and Oldroyd, {Giles E.D.}",
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T1 - A combination of chitooligosaccharide and lipochitooligosaccharide recognition promotes arbuscular mycorrhizal associations in Medicago truncatula

AU - Feng, Feng

AU - Sun, Jongho

AU - Radhakrishnan, Guru V.

AU - Lee, Tak

AU - Bozsóki, Zoltán

AU - Fort, Sébastien

AU - Gavrin, Aleksander

AU - Gysel, Kira

AU - Thygesen, Mikkel B.

AU - Andersen, Kasper Røjkjær

AU - Radutoiu, Simona

AU - Stougaard, Jens

AU - Oldroyd, Giles E.D.

PY - 2019

Y1 - 2019

N2 - Plants associate with beneficial arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi facilitating nutrient acquisition. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi produce chitooligosaccharides (COs) and lipo-chitooligosaccharides (LCOs), that promote symbiosis signalling with resultant oscillations in nuclear-associated calcium. The activation of symbiosis signalling must be balanced with activation of immunity signalling, which in fungal interactions is promoted by COs resulting from the chitinaceous fungal cell wall. Here we demonstrate that COs ranging from CO4-CO8 can induce symbiosis signalling in Medicago truncatula. CO perception is a function of the receptor-like kinases MtCERK1 and LYR4, that activate both immunity and symbiosis signalling. A combination of LCOs and COs act synergistically to enhance symbiosis signalling and suppress immunity signalling and receptors involved in both CO and LCO perception are necessary for mycorrhizal establishment. We conclude that LCOs, when present in a mix with COs, drive a symbiotic outcome and this mix of signals is essential for arbuscular mycorrhizal establishment.

AB - Plants associate with beneficial arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi facilitating nutrient acquisition. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi produce chitooligosaccharides (COs) and lipo-chitooligosaccharides (LCOs), that promote symbiosis signalling with resultant oscillations in nuclear-associated calcium. The activation of symbiosis signalling must be balanced with activation of immunity signalling, which in fungal interactions is promoted by COs resulting from the chitinaceous fungal cell wall. Here we demonstrate that COs ranging from CO4-CO8 can induce symbiosis signalling in Medicago truncatula. CO perception is a function of the receptor-like kinases MtCERK1 and LYR4, that activate both immunity and symbiosis signalling. A combination of LCOs and COs act synergistically to enhance symbiosis signalling and suppress immunity signalling and receptors involved in both CO and LCO perception are necessary for mycorrhizal establishment. We conclude that LCOs, when present in a mix with COs, drive a symbiotic outcome and this mix of signals is essential for arbuscular mycorrhizal establishment.

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