Lotus japonicus ARPC1 is required for Rhizobial Infection

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Lotus japonicus ARPC1 is required for Rhizobial Infection. / Hossain, Md Shakhawat; Liao, Jinqiu; James, Euan K; Sato, Shusei; Tabata, Satoshi; Jurkiewicz, Anna; Madsen, Lene Heegaard; Stougaard, Jens; Ross, Loretta; Szczyglowski, Krzysztof.

I: Plant Physiology, Bind 160, Nr. 2, 03.08.2012, s. 917-928.

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Hossain, MS, Liao, J, James, EK, Sato, S, Tabata, S, Jurkiewicz, A, Madsen, LH, Stougaard, J, Ross, L & Szczyglowski, K 2012, 'Lotus japonicus ARPC1 is required for Rhizobial Infection', Plant Physiology, bind 160, nr. 2, s. 917-928. https://doi.org/10.1104/pp.112.202572

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Hossain, M. S., Liao, J., James, E. K., Sato, S., Tabata, S., Jurkiewicz, A., Madsen, L. H., Stougaard, J., Ross, L., & Szczyglowski, K. (2012). Lotus japonicus ARPC1 is required for Rhizobial Infection. Plant Physiology, 160(2), 917-928. https://doi.org/10.1104/pp.112.202572

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Hossain MS, Liao J, James EK, Sato S, Tabata S, Jurkiewicz A, Madsen LH, Stougaard J, Ross L, Szczyglowski K. 2012. Lotus japonicus ARPC1 is required for Rhizobial Infection. Plant Physiology. 160(2):917-928. https://doi.org/10.1104/pp.112.202572

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Hossain, Md Shakhawat o.a.. "Lotus japonicus ARPC1 is required for Rhizobial Infection". Plant Physiology. 2012, 160(2). 917-928. https://doi.org/10.1104/pp.112.202572

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Hossain MS, Liao J, James EK, Sato S, Tabata S, Jurkiewicz A o.a. Lotus japonicus ARPC1 is required for Rhizobial Infection. Plant Physiology. 2012 aug 3;160(2):917-928. https://doi.org/10.1104/pp.112.202572

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Hossain, Md Shakhawat ; Liao, Jinqiu ; James, Euan K ; Sato, Shusei ; Tabata, Satoshi ; Jurkiewicz, Anna ; Madsen, Lene Heegaard ; Stougaard, Jens ; Ross, Loretta ; Szczyglowski, Krzysztof. / Lotus japonicus ARPC1 is required for Rhizobial Infection. I: Plant Physiology. 2012 ; Bind 160, Nr. 2. s. 917-928.

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title = "Lotus japonicus ARPC1 is required for Rhizobial Infection",
abstract = "Remodeling of the plant cell cytoskeleton precedes symbiotic entry of nitrogen-fixing bacteria within the host plant roots. Here we identify a Lotus japonicus gene encoding a predicted ACTIN-RELATED PROTEIN COMPONENT1 (ARPC1) as essential for rhizobial infection but not for arbuscular mycorrhiza symbiosis. In other organisms ARPC1 constitutes a subunit of the ARP2/3 complex, the major nucleator of Y-branched actin filaments. The L. japonicus arpc1 mutant showed a distorted trichome phenotype and was defective in epidermal infection thread formation, producing mostly empty nodules. A few partially colonized nodules that did form in arpc1 contained abnormal infections. Together with previously described L. japonicus Nck-associated protein1 and 121F-specific p53 inducible RNA mutants, which are also impaired in the accommodation of rhizobia, our data indicate that ARPC1 and, by inference a suppressor of cAMP receptor/WASP-family verpolin homologous protein-ARP2/3 pathway, must have been coopted during evolution of nitrogen-fixing symbiosis to specifically mediate bacterial entry.",
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AU - Liao, Jinqiu

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AU - Sato, Shusei

AU - Tabata, Satoshi

AU - Jurkiewicz, Anna

AU - Madsen, Lene Heegaard

AU - Stougaard, Jens

AU - Ross, Loretta

AU - Szczyglowski, Krzysztof

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N2 - Remodeling of the plant cell cytoskeleton precedes symbiotic entry of nitrogen-fixing bacteria within the host plant roots. Here we identify a Lotus japonicus gene encoding a predicted ACTIN-RELATED PROTEIN COMPONENT1 (ARPC1) as essential for rhizobial infection but not for arbuscular mycorrhiza symbiosis. In other organisms ARPC1 constitutes a subunit of the ARP2/3 complex, the major nucleator of Y-branched actin filaments. The L. japonicus arpc1 mutant showed a distorted trichome phenotype and was defective in epidermal infection thread formation, producing mostly empty nodules. A few partially colonized nodules that did form in arpc1 contained abnormal infections. Together with previously described L. japonicus Nck-associated protein1 and 121F-specific p53 inducible RNA mutants, which are also impaired in the accommodation of rhizobia, our data indicate that ARPC1 and, by inference a suppressor of cAMP receptor/WASP-family verpolin homologous protein-ARP2/3 pathway, must have been coopted during evolution of nitrogen-fixing symbiosis to specifically mediate bacterial entry.

AB - Remodeling of the plant cell cytoskeleton precedes symbiotic entry of nitrogen-fixing bacteria within the host plant roots. Here we identify a Lotus japonicus gene encoding a predicted ACTIN-RELATED PROTEIN COMPONENT1 (ARPC1) as essential for rhizobial infection but not for arbuscular mycorrhiza symbiosis. In other organisms ARPC1 constitutes a subunit of the ARP2/3 complex, the major nucleator of Y-branched actin filaments. The L. japonicus arpc1 mutant showed a distorted trichome phenotype and was defective in epidermal infection thread formation, producing mostly empty nodules. A few partially colonized nodules that did form in arpc1 contained abnormal infections. Together with previously described L. japonicus Nck-associated protein1 and 121F-specific p53 inducible RNA mutants, which are also impaired in the accommodation of rhizobia, our data indicate that ARPC1 and, by inference a suppressor of cAMP receptor/WASP-family verpolin homologous protein-ARP2/3 pathway, must have been coopted during evolution of nitrogen-fixing symbiosis to specifically mediate bacterial entry.

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