Ten things to know about oomycete effectors

Sebastian Schornack, Edgar Huitema, Liliana M. Cano, Tolga O. Bozkurt, Ricardo Oliva, Mireille Van Damme, Simon Schwizer, Sylvain Raffaele, Angela Chaparro-Garcia, Rhys Farrer, Maria Eugenia Segretin, Jorunn Bos, Brian J. Haas, Michael C. Zody, Chad Nusbaum, Joe Win, Marco Thines, Sophien Kamoun (Corresponding Author)

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Abstract

Long considered intractable organisms by fungal genetic research standards, the oomycetes have recently moved to the centre stage of research on plant?microbe interactions. Recent work on oomycete effector evolution, trafficking and function has led to major conceptual advances in the science of plant pathology. In this review, we provide a historical perspective on oomycete genetic research and summarize the state of the art in effector biology of plant pathogenic oomycetes by describing what we consider to be the 10 most important concepts about oomycete effectors.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)795-803
Number of pages9
JournalMolecular Plant Pathology
Volume10
Issue number6
Early online date9 Oct 2009
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Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2009

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Schornack, S., Huitema, E., Cano, L. M., Bozkurt, T. O., Oliva, R., Van Damme, M., ... Kamoun, S. (2009). Ten things to know about oomycete effectors. Molecular Plant Pathology, 10(6), 795-803. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1364-3703.2009.00593.x

Ten things to know about oomycete effectors. / Schornack, Sebastian; Huitema, Edgar; Cano, Liliana M.; Bozkurt, Tolga O.; Oliva, Ricardo; Van Damme, Mireille; Schwizer, Simon; Raffaele, Sylvain; Chaparro-Garcia, Angela; Farrer, Rhys; Segretin, Maria Eugenia; Bos, Jorunn; Haas, Brian J.; Zody, Michael C.; Nusbaum, Chad; Win, Joe; Thines, Marco; Kamoun, Sophien (Corresponding Author).

In: Molecular Plant Pathology, Vol. 10, No. 6, 01.11.2009, p. 795-803.

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Schornack, S, Huitema, E, Cano, LM, Bozkurt, TO, Oliva, R, Van Damme, M, Schwizer, S, Raffaele, S, Chaparro-Garcia, A, Farrer, R, Segretin, ME, Bos, J, Haas, BJ, Zody, MC, Nusbaum, C, Win, J, Thines, M & Kamoun, S 2009, 'Ten things to know about oomycete effectors', Molecular Plant Pathology, vol. 10, no. 6, pp. 795-803. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1364-3703.2009.00593.x
Schornack S, Huitema E, Cano LM, Bozkurt TO, Oliva R, Van Damme M et al. Ten things to know about oomycete effectors. Molecular Plant Pathology. 2009 Nov 1;10(6):795-803. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1364-3703.2009.00593.x
Schornack, Sebastian ; Huitema, Edgar ; Cano, Liliana M. ; Bozkurt, Tolga O. ; Oliva, Ricardo ; Van Damme, Mireille ; Schwizer, Simon ; Raffaele, Sylvain ; Chaparro-Garcia, Angela ; Farrer, Rhys ; Segretin, Maria Eugenia ; Bos, Jorunn ; Haas, Brian J. ; Zody, Michael C. ; Nusbaum, Chad ; Win, Joe ; Thines, Marco ; Kamoun, Sophien. / Ten things to know about oomycete effectors. In: Molecular Plant Pathology. 2009 ; Vol. 10, No. 6. pp. 795-803.
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