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Srchi13, a novel early nodulin from Sesbania rostrata, is related to acidic class III chitinases

Sofie Goormachtig (UGent) , Sam Lievens (UGent) , Willem Van De Velde (UGent) , Marc Van Montagu (UGent) and Marcella Holsters (UGent)
(1998) PLANT CELL. 10(6). p.905-915
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On the tropical legume Sesbania rostrata, stem-borne nodules develop after inoculation of adventitious root primordia with the microsymbiont Azorhizobium caulinodans. A cDNA clone, Srchi13, with homology to acidic class III chitinase genes, corresponds to an early nodulin gene with transiently induced expression during nodule ontogeny. Srchi13 transcripts accumulated strongly 2 days after inoculation, decreased from day 7 onward, and disappeared in mature nodules. Induction was dependent on Nod factor-producing bacteria. Srchi13 was expressed around infection pockets, in infection centra, around the developing nodule and its vascular bundles, and in uninfected cells of the central tissue. The specific and transient transcript accumulation together with the lipochitooligosaccharide degradation activity of the recombinant protein hint at a role of Srchi13 in normal nodule ontogeny by limiting the action of Nod factors.
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NOD FACTORS, AZORHIZOBIUM-CAULINODANS, NODULATION FACTORS, ROOT CHITINASES, MESSENGER-RNAS, STEM NODULES, VICIA-SATIVA, RHIZOBIUM, GENES, PATHOGENESIS-RELATED PROTEINS

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Goormachtig, Sofie, Sam Lievens, Willem Van De Velde, Marc Van Montagu, and Marcella Holsters. 1998. “Srchi13, a Novel Early Nodulin from Sesbania Rostrata, Is Related to Acidic Class III Chitinases.” Plant Cell 10 (6): 905–915.
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Goormachtig, S., Lievens, S., Van De Velde, W., Van Montagu, M., & Holsters, M. (1998). Srchi13, a novel early nodulin from Sesbania rostrata, is related to acidic class III chitinases. PLANT CELL, 10(6), 905–915.
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Goormachtig S, Lievens S, Van De Velde W, Van Montagu M, Holsters M. Srchi13, a novel early nodulin from Sesbania rostrata, is related to acidic class III chitinases. PLANT CELL. 1998;10(6):905–15.
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Goormachtig, Sofie, Sam Lievens, Willem Van De Velde, et al. “Srchi13, a Novel Early Nodulin from Sesbania Rostrata, Is Related to Acidic Class III Chitinases.” PLANT CELL 10.6 (1998): 905–915. Print.
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  abstract     = {On the tropical legume Sesbania rostrata, stem-borne nodules develop after inoculation of adventitious root primordia with the microsymbiont Azorhizobium caulinodans. A cDNA clone, Srchi13, with homology to acidic class III chitinase genes, corresponds to an early nodulin gene with transiently induced expression during nodule ontogeny. Srchi13 transcripts accumulated strongly 2 days after inoculation, decreased from day 7 onward, and disappeared in mature nodules. Induction was dependent on Nod factor-producing bacteria. Srchi13 was expressed around infection pockets, in infection centra, around the developing nodule and its vascular bundles, and in uninfected cells of the central tissue. The specific and transient transcript accumulation together with the lipochitooligosaccharide degradation activity of the recombinant protein hint at a role of Srchi13 in normal nodule ontogeny by limiting the action of Nod factors.},
  author       = {Goormachtig, Sofie and Lievens, Sam and Van De Velde, Willem and Van Montagu, Marc and Holsters, Marcella},
  issn         = {1040-4651},
  journal      = {PLANT CELL},
  keyword      = {NOD FACTORS,AZORHIZOBIUM-CAULINODANS,NODULATION FACTORS,ROOT CHITINASES,MESSENGER-RNAS,STEM NODULES,VICIA-SATIVA,RHIZOBIUM,GENES,PATHOGENESIS-RELATED PROTEINS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {905--915},
  title        = {Srchi13, a novel early nodulin from Sesbania rostrata, is related to acidic class III chitinases},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1105/tpc.10.6.905},
  volume       = {10},
  year         = {1998},
}

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