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The heat shock transcription factor PsHSF1 of Phytophthora sojae is required for oxidative stress tolerance and detoxifying the plant oxidative burst

In the interaction between plant and microbial pathogens, reactive oxygen species () rapidly accumulate upon pathogen recognition at the infection site and play a central role in plant defence. However, the mechanisms that plant pathogens use to counteract are still poorly understood especially in o... Full description

Journal Title: Environmental Microbiology April 2015, Vol.17(4), pp.1351-1364
Main Author: Sheng, Yuting
Other Authors: Wang, Yonglin , Meijer, Harold J. G. , Yang, Xinyu , Hua, Chenlei , Ye, Wenwu , Tao, Kai , Liu, Xiaoyun , Govers, Francine , Wang, Yuanchao
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title: The heat shock transcription factor PsHSF1 of Phytophthora sojae is required for oxidative stress tolerance and detoxifying the plant oxidative burst
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  • Sheng, Yuting
  • Wang, Yonglin
  • Meijer, Harold J. G.
  • Yang, Xinyu
  • Hua, Chenlei
  • Ye, Wenwu
  • Tao, Kai
  • Liu, Xiaoyun
  • Govers, Francine
  • Wang, Yuanchao
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  • Oxidases – Analysis
  • Oxidative Stress – Analysis
  • Genetic Research – Analysis
  • Fungi – Analysis
  • Heat Shock Proteins – Analysis
ispartof: Environmental Microbiology, April 2015, Vol.17(4), pp.1351-1364
description: In the interaction between plant and microbial pathogens, reactive oxygen species () rapidly accumulate upon pathogen recognition at the infection site and play a central role in plant defence. However, the mechanisms that plant pathogens use to counteract are still poorly understood especially in oomycetes, filamentous organisms that evolved independently from fungi. detoxification depends on transcription factors (s) that are highly conserved in fungi but much less conserved in oomycetes. In this study, we identified the s1 that acts as a modulator of the oxidative stress response in the soybean stem and root rot pathogen . We found that s1 is critical for pathogenicity in by detoxifying the plant oxidative burst. produced in plant defence can be detoxified by extracellular peroxidases and laccases which might be regulated by s1. Our study extends the understanding of detoxification mechanism mediated by a heat shock in oomycetes.
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