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Defects in rhizobial cyclic glucan and lipopolysaccharide synthesis alter legume gene expression during nodule development

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Defects in rhizobial cyclic glucan and lipopolysaccharide synthesis alter legume gene expression during nodule development. / D'Antuono, Alejandra L; Ott, Thomas; Krusell, Lene; Voroshilova, Vera; Ugalde, Rodolfo A; Udvardi, Michael; Lepek, Viviana C.

I: Molecular Plant - Microbe Interactions, Bind 21, Nr. 1, 2008, s. 50-60.

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D'Antuono, AL, Ott, T, Krusell, L, Voroshilova, V, Ugalde, RA, Udvardi, M & Lepek, VC 2008, 'Defects in rhizobial cyclic glucan and lipopolysaccharide synthesis alter legume gene expression during nodule development', Molecular Plant - Microbe Interactions, bind 21, nr. 1, s. 50-60. https://doi.org/10.1094/MPMI-21-1-0050

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D'Antuono, A. L., Ott, T., Krusell, L., Voroshilova, V., Ugalde, R. A., Udvardi, M., & Lepek, V. C. (2008). Defects in rhizobial cyclic glucan and lipopolysaccharide synthesis alter legume gene expression during nodule development. Molecular Plant - Microbe Interactions, 21(1), 50-60. https://doi.org/10.1094/MPMI-21-1-0050

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D'Antuono AL, Ott T, Krusell L, Voroshilova V, Ugalde RA, Udvardi M, Lepek VC. 2008. Defects in rhizobial cyclic glucan and lipopolysaccharide synthesis alter legume gene expression during nodule development. Molecular Plant - Microbe Interactions. 21(1):50-60. https://doi.org/10.1094/MPMI-21-1-0050

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D'Antuono AL, Ott T, Krusell L, Voroshilova V, Ugalde RA, Udvardi M o.a. Defects in rhizobial cyclic glucan and lipopolysaccharide synthesis alter legume gene expression during nodule development. Molecular Plant - Microbe Interactions. 2008;21(1):50-60. https://doi.org/10.1094/MPMI-21-1-0050

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D'Antuono, Alejandra L ; Ott, Thomas ; Krusell, Lene ; Voroshilova, Vera ; Ugalde, Rodolfo A ; Udvardi, Michael ; Lepek, Viviana C. / Defects in rhizobial cyclic glucan and lipopolysaccharide synthesis alter legume gene expression during nodule development. I: Molecular Plant - Microbe Interactions. 2008 ; Bind 21, Nr. 1. s. 50-60.

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abstract = "cDNA array technology was used to compare transcriptome profiles of Lotus japonicus roots inoculated with a Mesorhizobium loti wild-type and two mutant strains affected in cyclic beta(1-2) glucan synthesis (cgs) and in lipopolysaccharide synthesis (lpsbeta2). Expression of genes associated with the development of a fully functional nodule was significantly affected in plants inoculated with the cgs mutant. Array results also revealed that induction of marker genes for nodule development was delayed when plants were inoculated with the lpsbeta2 mutant. Quantitative real-time reverse-transcriptase polymerase chain reaction was used to quantify gene expression of a subset of genes involved in plant defense response, redox metabolism, or genes that encode for nodulins. The majority of the genes analyzed in this study were more highly expressed in roots inoculated with the wild type compared with those inoculated with the cgs mutant strain. Some of the genes exhibited a transient increase in transcript levels during intermediate steps of normal nodule development while others displayed induced expression during the final steps of nodule development. Ineffective nodules induced by the glucan mutant showed higher expression of phenylalanine ammonia lyase than wild-type nodules. Differences in expression pattern of genes involved in early recognition and signaling were observed in plants inoculated with the M. loti mutant strain affected in the synthesis of cyclic glucan. Udgivelsesdato: 2008-Jan",
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AU - D'Antuono, Alejandra L

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AU - Voroshilova, Vera

AU - Ugalde, Rodolfo A

AU - Udvardi, Michael

AU - Lepek, Viviana C

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N2 - cDNA array technology was used to compare transcriptome profiles of Lotus japonicus roots inoculated with a Mesorhizobium loti wild-type and two mutant strains affected in cyclic beta(1-2) glucan synthesis (cgs) and in lipopolysaccharide synthesis (lpsbeta2). Expression of genes associated with the development of a fully functional nodule was significantly affected in plants inoculated with the cgs mutant. Array results also revealed that induction of marker genes for nodule development was delayed when plants were inoculated with the lpsbeta2 mutant. Quantitative real-time reverse-transcriptase polymerase chain reaction was used to quantify gene expression of a subset of genes involved in plant defense response, redox metabolism, or genes that encode for nodulins. The majority of the genes analyzed in this study were more highly expressed in roots inoculated with the wild type compared with those inoculated with the cgs mutant strain. Some of the genes exhibited a transient increase in transcript levels during intermediate steps of normal nodule development while others displayed induced expression during the final steps of nodule development. Ineffective nodules induced by the glucan mutant showed higher expression of phenylalanine ammonia lyase than wild-type nodules. Differences in expression pattern of genes involved in early recognition and signaling were observed in plants inoculated with the M. loti mutant strain affected in the synthesis of cyclic glucan. Udgivelsesdato: 2008-Jan

AB - cDNA array technology was used to compare transcriptome profiles of Lotus japonicus roots inoculated with a Mesorhizobium loti wild-type and two mutant strains affected in cyclic beta(1-2) glucan synthesis (cgs) and in lipopolysaccharide synthesis (lpsbeta2). Expression of genes associated with the development of a fully functional nodule was significantly affected in plants inoculated with the cgs mutant. Array results also revealed that induction of marker genes for nodule development was delayed when plants were inoculated with the lpsbeta2 mutant. Quantitative real-time reverse-transcriptase polymerase chain reaction was used to quantify gene expression of a subset of genes involved in plant defense response, redox metabolism, or genes that encode for nodulins. The majority of the genes analyzed in this study were more highly expressed in roots inoculated with the wild type compared with those inoculated with the cgs mutant strain. Some of the genes exhibited a transient increase in transcript levels during intermediate steps of normal nodule development while others displayed induced expression during the final steps of nodule development. Ineffective nodules induced by the glucan mutant showed higher expression of phenylalanine ammonia lyase than wild-type nodules. Differences in expression pattern of genes involved in early recognition and signaling were observed in plants inoculated with the M. loti mutant strain affected in the synthesis of cyclic glucan. Udgivelsesdato: 2008-Jan

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