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Connecting the dots between cell surface- and intracellular-triggered immune pathways in plants

Abstract : Plants can detect microbial molecules via surface-localized pattern-recognition receptors (PRRs) and intracellular immune receptors from the nucleotide-binding, leucine-rich repeat receptor (NLR) family. The corresponding pattern-triggered (PTI) and effector-triggered (ETI) immunity were long considered separate pathways, although they converge on largely similar cellular responses, such as calcium influx and overlapping gene reprogramming. A number of studies recently uncovered genetic and molecular interconnections between PTI and ETI, highlighting the complexity of the plant immune network. Notably, PRR-and NLR-mediated immune responses require and potentiate each other to reach an optimal immune output. How PTI and ETI connect to confer robust immunity in different plant species, including crops will be an exciting future research area.
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Maud Bernoux, Holger Zetzsche, Johannes Stuttmann. Connecting the dots between cell surface- and intracellular-triggered immune pathways in plants. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, Elsevier, 2022, 69, ⟨10.1016/j.pbi.2022.102276⟩. ⟨hal-03755654⟩

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