Interaction network of antimicrobial peptides of arabidopsis thaliana, based on high-throughput yeast two-hybrid screening


  • Damon, C. , Dmitrieva, J. , Muhovski, Y. , Francis, F. , Lins, L. , Ledoux, Q. , Luwaert, W. , Marko, I. , Mauro, S. , Ongena, M. , Thonart, P. , Veys, P. , Portetelle, D. , Twizere, J. & Vandenbol, M. (2012). Interaction network of antimicrobial peptides of arabidopsis thaliana, based on high-throughput yeast two-hybrid screening. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, 58: (Poster), 245-252.
Type Journal Article
Year 2012
Title Interaction network of antimicrobial peptides of arabidopsis thaliana, based on high-throughput yeast two-hybrid screening
Journal Plant Physiology and Biochemistry
Label 4922
Edition Journal Article
Volume 58
Issue Poster
Pages 245-252
Date 2012
Type of article Scientifique
Isbn Poster
Project/Service ref U15
Endnote keywords peptides
Endnote Keywords antimicrobial peptides
Abstract One mechanism used by plants to respond to infection is the production of antimicrobial peptides (AMPs). In addition to a role in defence, AMPs seem to have other biological functions. Furthermore, the number of cysteine-rich AMP-like peptides appears to have been underpredicted in plant genomes. Such peptides could be involved in plant defence and/or in other biological processes. Here we generated an interaction network between 15 AMPs/AMP-like peptides and ca. 8000 other Arabidopsis thaliana proteins (AtORFeome2.0) and found 53 putative novel interactions. These interactions involve five transcription factors, a subunit of the COP9 signalosome, a heat shock protein, a MAP kinase kinase, a thioredoxin and 4 uncharacterized proteins
Notes U15-1584-Ledoux-2012
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Link http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.plaphy.2012.07.007
Authors Damon, C., Dmitrieva, J., Muhovski, Y., Francis, F., Lins, L., Ledoux, Q., Luwaert, W., Marko, I., Mauro, S., Ongena, M., Thonart, P., Veys, P., Portetelle, D., Twizere, J., Vandenbol, M.