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- Braus-Stromeyer, Susanna A.; Braus, Gerhard H., et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Molecular plant 2012 v.5 no.6 pp. 1389-1402
- Arabidopsis; Brassica napus; Verticillium longisporum; antifungal agents; biochemical pathways; cortex; enzymes; fungi; gene induction; glucosinolates; host plants; hyphae; leaves; models; mutants; pathogenesis-related proteins; pathogens; phytoalexins; roots; secondary metabolites; spore germination; transcription (genetics); transcription factors; transcriptional activation; xylem
- ... The soil-borne fungal pathogen Verticillium longisporum causes vascular disease on Brassicaceae host plants such as oilseed rape. The fungus colonizes the root xylem and moves upwards to the foliage where disease symptoms become visible. Using Arabidopsis as a model for early gene induction, we performed root transcriptome analyses in response to hyphal growth immediately after spore germination a ...
- Braus, Gerhard H., et al. Show all 10 Authors
- BBA - Molecular and Cell Biology of Lipids 2013 v.1831 pp. 1449-1457
- Aspergillus nidulans; X-radiation; biosynthesis; cytochrome P-450; enzyme activity; free radicals; isomerization; mammals; models; oxygenases; oxylipins; phenylalanine; prediction
- ... In plants and mammals, oxylipins may be synthesized via multi step processes that consist of dioxygenation and isomerization of the intermediately formed hydroperoxy fatty acid. These processes are typically catalyzed by two distinct enzyme classes: dioxygenases and cytochrome P450 enzymes. In ascomycetes biosynthesis of oxylipins may proceed by a similar two-step pathway. An important difference, ...