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Evolution and regulation of the Lotus japonicus LysM receptor gene family

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Evolution and regulation of the Lotus japonicus LysM receptor gene family. / Lohmann, Gitte Vestergaard; Shimoda, Yoshikazu; Nielsen, Mette Wibroe; Jørgensen, Frank Grønlund; Grossmann, Christina; Sandal, Niels; Sørensen, Kirsten; Thirup, Søren; Madsen, Lene Heegaard; Tabata, Satoshi; Sato, Shusei; Stougaard, Jens; Radutoiu, Simona.

In: Molecular Plant - Microbe Interactions, Vol. 23, No. 4, 2010, p. 510-21.

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Harvard

Lohmann, GV, Shimoda, Y, Nielsen, MW, Jørgensen, FG, Grossmann, C, Sandal, N, Sørensen, K, Thirup, S, Madsen, LH, Tabata, S, Sato, S, Stougaard, J & Radutoiu, S 2010, 'Evolution and regulation of the Lotus japonicus LysM receptor gene family', Molecular Plant - Microbe Interactions, vol. 23, no. 4, pp. 510-21. https://doi.org/10.1094/MPMI-23-4-0510

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Lohmann, G. V., Shimoda, Y., Nielsen, M. W., Jørgensen, F. G., Grossmann, C., Sandal, N., Sørensen, K., Thirup, S., Madsen, L. H., Tabata, S., Sato, S., Stougaard, J., & Radutoiu, S. (2010). Evolution and regulation of the Lotus japonicus LysM receptor gene family. Molecular Plant - Microbe Interactions, 23(4), 510-21. https://doi.org/10.1094/MPMI-23-4-0510

CBE

Lohmann GV, Shimoda Y, Nielsen MW, Jørgensen FG, Grossmann C, Sandal N, Sørensen K, Thirup S, Madsen LH, Tabata S, Sato S, Stougaard J, Radutoiu S. 2010. Evolution and regulation of the Lotus japonicus LysM receptor gene family. Molecular Plant - Microbe Interactions. 23(4):510-21. https://doi.org/10.1094/MPMI-23-4-0510

MLA

Lohmann, Gitte Vestergaard et al. "Evolution and regulation of the Lotus japonicus LysM receptor gene family". Molecular Plant - Microbe Interactions. 2010, 23(4). 510-21. https://doi.org/10.1094/MPMI-23-4-0510

Vancouver

Lohmann GV, Shimoda Y, Nielsen MW, Jørgensen FG, Grossmann C, Sandal N et al. Evolution and regulation of the Lotus japonicus LysM receptor gene family. Molecular Plant - Microbe Interactions. 2010;23(4):510-21. https://doi.org/10.1094/MPMI-23-4-0510

Author

Lohmann, Gitte Vestergaard ; Shimoda, Yoshikazu ; Nielsen, Mette Wibroe ; Jørgensen, Frank Grønlund ; Grossmann, Christina ; Sandal, Niels ; Sørensen, Kirsten ; Thirup, Søren ; Madsen, Lene Heegaard ; Tabata, Satoshi ; Sato, Shusei ; Stougaard, Jens ; Radutoiu, Simona. / Evolution and regulation of the Lotus japonicus LysM receptor gene family. In: Molecular Plant - Microbe Interactions. 2010 ; Vol. 23, No. 4. pp. 510-21.

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abstract = "LysM receptor kinases were identified as receptors of acylated chitin (Nod factors) or chitin produced by plant-interacting microbes. Here, we present the identification and characterization of the LysM receptor kinase gene (Lys) family (17 members) in Lotus japonicus. Comprehensive phylogenetic analysis revealed a correlation between Lys gene structure and phylogeny. Further mapping coupled with sequence-based anchoring on the genome showed that the family has probably expanded by a combination of tandem and segmental duplication events. Using a sliding-window approach, we identified distinct regions in the LysM and kinase domains of recently diverged Lys genes where positive selection may have shaped ligand interaction. Interestingly, in the case of NFR5 and its closest paralog, LYS11, one of these regions coincides with the predicted Nod-factor binding groove and the suggested specificity determining area of the second LysM domain. One hypothesis for the evolutionary diversification of this receptor family in legumes is their unique capacity to decipher various structures of chitin-derived molecules produced by an extended spectrum of interacting organisms: symbiotic, associative, endophytic, and parasitic. In a detailed expression analysis, we found several Lotus Lys genes regulated not only during the symbiotic association with Mesorhizobium loti but also in response to chitin treatment.",
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AU - Jørgensen, Frank Grønlund

AU - Grossmann, Christina

AU - Sandal, Niels

AU - Sørensen, Kirsten

AU - Thirup, Søren

AU - Madsen, Lene Heegaard

AU - Tabata, Satoshi

AU - Sato, Shusei

AU - Stougaard, Jens

AU - Radutoiu, Simona

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N2 - LysM receptor kinases were identified as receptors of acylated chitin (Nod factors) or chitin produced by plant-interacting microbes. Here, we present the identification and characterization of the LysM receptor kinase gene (Lys) family (17 members) in Lotus japonicus. Comprehensive phylogenetic analysis revealed a correlation between Lys gene structure and phylogeny. Further mapping coupled with sequence-based anchoring on the genome showed that the family has probably expanded by a combination of tandem and segmental duplication events. Using a sliding-window approach, we identified distinct regions in the LysM and kinase domains of recently diverged Lys genes where positive selection may have shaped ligand interaction. Interestingly, in the case of NFR5 and its closest paralog, LYS11, one of these regions coincides with the predicted Nod-factor binding groove and the suggested specificity determining area of the second LysM domain. One hypothesis for the evolutionary diversification of this receptor family in legumes is their unique capacity to decipher various structures of chitin-derived molecules produced by an extended spectrum of interacting organisms: symbiotic, associative, endophytic, and parasitic. In a detailed expression analysis, we found several Lotus Lys genes regulated not only during the symbiotic association with Mesorhizobium loti but also in response to chitin treatment.

AB - LysM receptor kinases were identified as receptors of acylated chitin (Nod factors) or chitin produced by plant-interacting microbes. Here, we present the identification and characterization of the LysM receptor kinase gene (Lys) family (17 members) in Lotus japonicus. Comprehensive phylogenetic analysis revealed a correlation between Lys gene structure and phylogeny. Further mapping coupled with sequence-based anchoring on the genome showed that the family has probably expanded by a combination of tandem and segmental duplication events. Using a sliding-window approach, we identified distinct regions in the LysM and kinase domains of recently diverged Lys genes where positive selection may have shaped ligand interaction. Interestingly, in the case of NFR5 and its closest paralog, LYS11, one of these regions coincides with the predicted Nod-factor binding groove and the suggested specificity determining area of the second LysM domain. One hypothesis for the evolutionary diversification of this receptor family in legumes is their unique capacity to decipher various structures of chitin-derived molecules produced by an extended spectrum of interacting organisms: symbiotic, associative, endophytic, and parasitic. In a detailed expression analysis, we found several Lotus Lys genes regulated not only during the symbiotic association with Mesorhizobium loti but also in response to chitin treatment.

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KW - Chromosome Mapping

KW - Chromosomes, Plant

KW - Evolution, Molecular

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KW - Molecular Sequence Data

KW - Multigene Family

KW - Phylogeny

KW - Plant Proteins

KW - Sequence Alignment

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