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: 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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Lien 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.