The battle within: How pathogen effectors suppress NLR-mediated immunity
Date: 7 August 2023
Contributors: Chih-hang Wu, Lida Derevnina
Journal: Current Opinion in Plant Biology
Resurrection of plant disease resistance proteins via helper NLR bioengineering
Date: 3 May 2023
Contributors: Mauricio P Contreras, Hsuan Pai, Muniyandi Selvaraj, AmirAli Toghani, David M Lawson, Yasin Tumtas, Cian Duggan, Enoch Lok Him Yuen, Clare E M Stevenson, Adeline Harant, Abbas Maqbool, Chih-Hang Wu, Tolga O Bozkurt, Sophien Kamoun, Lida Derevnina
Journal: Science Advances
Sensor NLR immune proteins activate oligomerization of their NRC helpers in response to plant pathogens
Date: 1 March 2023
Contributors: Mauricio P Contreras, Hsuan Pai, Yasin Tumtas, Cian Duggan, Enoch Lok Him Yuen, Angel Vergara Cruces, Jiorgos Kourelis, Hee-Kyung Ahn, Kim-Teng Lee, Chih-Hang Wu, Tolga O Bozkurt, Lida Derevnina, Sophien Kamoun
Journal: The EMBO Journal
Led by Natasha Yelina
Novel breeding technologies in legume crops to enhance the production of new cultivars adapted to changing climatic conditions, as well as having sustainable yields.
Led by Jeongmin Choi
As sessile organisms, plants have evolved sophisticated mechanisms to help cope with environmental stress.
Led by Uta Paszkowski
The mutually beneficial arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) symbiosis is the most widespread association between roots of terrestrial plants and fungi of the Glomeromycota.
Led by Giles Oldroyd
The availability of sources of nitrogen and phosphorus are major limitations to crop productivity. This is primarily addressed through the application of inorganic fertilisers to augment these limiting nutrients.
Led by Sebastian Eves-van den Akker
Combining genomics and molecular biology to understand fundamental questions in host:parasite biology
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