Emerging role for RNA-based regulation in plant immunity

Staiger D, Korneli C, Lummer M, Navarro L (2013)
The New phytologist 197(2): 394-404.

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I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. References SUMMARY: Infection by phytopathogenic bacteria triggers massive changes in plant gene expression, which are thought to be mostly a result of transcriptional reprogramming. However, evidence is accumulating that plants additionally use post-transcriptional regulation of immune-responsive mRNAs as a strategic weapon to shape the defense-related transcriptome. Cellular RNA-binding proteins regulate RNA stability, splicing or mRNA export of immune-response transcripts. In particular, mutants defective in alternative splicing of resistance genes exhibit compromised disease resistance. Furthermore, detection of bacterial pathogens induces the differential expression of small non-coding RNAs including microRNAs that impact the host defense transcriptome. Phytopathogenic bacteria in turn have evolved effector proteins to inhibit biogenesis and/or activity of cellular microRNAs. Whereas RNA silencing has long been known as an antiviral defense response, recent findings also reveal a major role of this process in antibacterial defense. Here we review the function of RNA-binding proteins and small RNA-directed post-transcriptional regulation in antibacterial defense. We mainly focus on studies that used the model system Arabidopsis thaliana and also discuss selected examples from other plants.
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Staiger D, Korneli C, Lummer M, Navarro L. Emerging role for RNA-based regulation in plant immunity. The New phytologist. 2013;197(2):394-404.
Staiger, D., Korneli, C., Lummer, M., & Navarro, L. (2013). Emerging role for RNA-based regulation in plant immunity. The New phytologist, 197(2), 394-404.
Staiger, D., Korneli, C., Lummer, M., and Navarro, L. (2013). Emerging role for RNA-based regulation in plant immunity. The New phytologist 197, 394-404.
Staiger, D., et al., 2013. Emerging role for RNA-based regulation in plant immunity. The New phytologist, 197(2), p 394-404.
D. Staiger, et al., “Emerging role for RNA-based regulation in plant immunity”, The New phytologist, vol. 197, 2013, pp. 394-404.
Staiger, D., Korneli, C., Lummer, M., Navarro, L.: Emerging role for RNA-based regulation in plant immunity. The New phytologist. 197, 394-404 (2013).
Staiger, Dorothee, Korneli, Christin, Lummer, Martina, and Navarro, Lionel. “Emerging role for RNA-based regulation in plant immunity”. The New phytologist 197.2 (2013): 394-404.
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