Combined transcriptome profiling reveals a novel family of arbuscular mycorrhizal-specific Medicago truncatula lectin genes

Frenzel A, Manthey K, Perlick AM, Meyer F, Pühler A, Küster H, Krajinski F (2005)
Mol Plant-Microbe Interact 18(8): 771-782.

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The large majority of plants are capable of undergoing a tight symbiosis with arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi. During this symbiosis, highly specialized new structures called arbuscules are formed within the host cells, indicating that, during interaction with AM fungi, plants express AM-specific genetic programs. Despite increasing efforts, the number of genes known to be induced in the AM symbiosis is still low. In order to identify novel AM-induced genes which have not been listed before, 5,646 expressed sequence tags (ESTs) were generated from two Medicago truncatula cDNA libraries: a random cDNA library (MtAmp) and a suppression subtractive hybridization (SSH) library (MtGim), the latter being designed to enhance the cloning of mycorrhiza-upregulated genes. In silico expression analysis was applied to identify those tentative consensus sequences (TCs) of The Institute for Genomic Research M. truncatula gene index (MtGI) that are composed exclusively of ESTs deriving from the MtGim or MtAmp library, but not from any other cDNA library of the MtGI. This search revealed 115 MtAmp- or MTGim-specific TCs. For the majority of these TCs with sequence similarities to plant genes, the AM-specific expression was verified by quantitative reverse-transcription polymerase chain reaction. Annotation of the novel genes induced in mycorrhizal roots suggested their involvement in different transport as well as signaling processes and revealed a novel family of AM-specific lectin genes. The expression of reporter gene fusions in transgenic roots revealed an arbuscule-related expression of two members of the lectin gene family, indicating a role for AM-specific lectins during arbuscule formation or functioning.
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Frenzel A, Manthey K, Perlick AM, et al. Combined transcriptome profiling reveals a novel family of arbuscular mycorrhizal-specific Medicago truncatula lectin genes. Mol Plant-Microbe Interact. 2005;18(8):771-782.
Frenzel, A., Manthey, K., Perlick, A. M., Meyer, F., Pühler, A., Küster, H., & Krajinski, F. (2005). Combined transcriptome profiling reveals a novel family of arbuscular mycorrhizal-specific Medicago truncatula lectin genes. Mol Plant-Microbe Interact, 18(8), 771-782.
Frenzel, A., Manthey, K., Perlick, A. M., Meyer, F., Pühler, A., Küster, H., and Krajinski, F. (2005). Combined transcriptome profiling reveals a novel family of arbuscular mycorrhizal-specific Medicago truncatula lectin genes. Mol Plant-Microbe Interact 18, 771-782.
Frenzel, A., et al., 2005. Combined transcriptome profiling reveals a novel family of arbuscular mycorrhizal-specific Medicago truncatula lectin genes. Mol Plant-Microbe Interact, 18(8), p 771-782.
A. Frenzel, et al., “Combined transcriptome profiling reveals a novel family of arbuscular mycorrhizal-specific Medicago truncatula lectin genes”, Mol Plant-Microbe Interact, vol. 18, 2005, pp. 771-782.
Frenzel, A., Manthey, K., Perlick, A.M., Meyer, F., Pühler, A., Küster, H., Krajinski, F.: Combined transcriptome profiling reveals a novel family of arbuscular mycorrhizal-specific Medicago truncatula lectin genes. Mol Plant-Microbe Interact. 18, 771-782 (2005).
Frenzel, A., Manthey, Katja, Perlick, A. M., Meyer, F., Pühler, Alfred, Küster, Helge, and Krajinski, F. “Combined transcriptome profiling reveals a novel family of arbuscular mycorrhizal-specific Medicago truncatula lectin genes”. Mol Plant-Microbe Interact 18.8 (2005): 771-782.
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