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    • Exploring sunflower responses to Sclerotinia head rot at early stages of infection using RNA‑seq analysis 

      Fass, Monica Irina; Rivarola, Maximo Lisandro; Ehrenbolger, Guillermo Federico; Maringolo, Carla Andrea; Montecchia, Juan Francisco; Quiroz, Facundo Jose; García‑García, Francisco; Dopazo Blázquez, Joaquín; Hopp, Horacio Esteban; Heinz, Ruth Amelia; Paniego, Norma Beatriz; Lia, Veronica Viviana (Springer Nature, 2020-08)
      Sclerotinia head rot (SHR), caused by the necrotrophic fungus Sclerotinia sclerotiorum, is one of the most devastating sunflower crop diseases. Despite its worldwide occurrence, the genetic determinants of plant resistance ...
    • Immune receptor genes and pericentromeric transposons as targets of common epigenetic regulatory elements 

      Cambiagno, Damián Alejandro; Nota, María Florencia; Zavallo, Diego; Rius, Sebastián Pablo; Casati, Paula; Alvarez, Maria Elena; Asurmendi, Sebastian (Wiley, 2018-12)
      Pattern recognition receptors (PRR) and nucleotide‐binding leucine‐rich repeat proteins (NLR) are major components of the plant immune system responsible for pathogen detection. To date, the transcriptional regulation of ...
    • Potato snakin‑1: an antimicrobial player of the trade‑off between host defense and development 

      Almasia, Natalia Ines; Nahirñak, Vanesa; Hopp, Horacio Esteban; Vazquez Rovere, Cecilia (Springer, 2020-07)
      Snakin-1 (SN1) from potato is a cysteine-rich antimicrobial peptide with high evolutionary conservation. It has 63 amino acid residues, 12 of which are cysteines capable of forming six disulfide bonds. SN1 localizes in the ...