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How Can Secretomics Help Unravel the Secrets of Plant-Microbe Interactions?

Abstract : How Can Secretomics Help Unravel the Secrets of Plant-Microbe Interactions?Secretomics describes the global study of proteins that are secreted by a cell, a tissue or an organism, and has recently emerged as a field for which interest is rapidly growing. The versatility of oomycetes, fungi, and bacteria allows them to associate with plants in many ways depending on whether they grow as a biotroph, hemibiotroph, necrotroph, or saprotroph. When interacting with a live organism, a microbe will invade its plant host and manipulate its metabolism either detrimentally if it is a pathogen or beneficially if it is a symbiont. Deciphering secretomes became a crucial biological question when an increasing body of evidence indicated that secreted proteins were the main effectors initiating interactions, whether of pathogenic or symbiotic nature, between microbes and their plant hosts.This Research Topic aims at discussing how secretomics can assist scientists in gaining knowledge about the mechanisms underpinning plant-microbe interactions. The following aspects are discussed.
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Delphine Vincent, Kim M. Plummer, Peter S. Solomon, Marc-Henri Lebrun, Dominique Job, et al.. How Can Secretomics Help Unravel the Secrets of Plant-Microbe Interactions?. Frontiers in Plant Science, Frontiers, 2016, 1 p. ⟨10.3389/fpls.2016.01777⟩. ⟨hal-01604807⟩



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