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Ninghai Gan et al.
Nature microbiology, 4(1), 134-143 (2018-11-14)
The bacterial pathogen Legionella pneumophila modulates host immunity using effectors translocated by its Dot/Icm transporter to facilitate its intracellular replication. A number of these effectors employ diverse mechanisms to interfere with protein ubiquitination, a post-translational modification essential for immunity. Here
Ning Duan et al.
American journal of cancer research, 11(6), 2637-2653 (2021-07-13)
ALL1 fused gene from chromosome 1q (AF1Q) functions as an oncogene in several types of cancers, but it has not been observed in osteosarcoma. In this study, we revealed that AF1Q was overexpressed in multiple osteosarcoma cell lines, and its
Yongyu Huang et al.
The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology, 96(4), 716-733 (2018-08-14)
Inflorescence branching is a key agronomic trait determining rice yield. The primary branch of the ancestral wild rice (Oryza rufipogon Griff.) bears few grains, due to minimal secondary branching. By contrast, Oryza sativa cultivars have been selected to produce large
Zongyu Gao et al.
Nature communications, 13(1), 716-716 (2022-02-09)
Mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) cascades play an important role in innate immunity against various pathogens in plants and animals. However, we know very little about the importance of MAPK cascades in plant defense against viral pathogens. Here, we used a
Lei Li et al.
Cell host & microbe, 27(3), 405-417 (2020-02-27)
In certain plant hybrids, immunity signaling is initiated when immune components interact in the absence of a pathogen trigger. In Arabidopsis thaliana, such autoimmunity and cell death are linked to variants of the NLR RPP7 and the RPW8 proteins involved
Ninghai Gan et al.
Nature, 572(7769), 387-391 (2019-07-23)
The bacterial pathogen Legionella pneumophila creates an intracellular niche permissive for its replication by extensively modulating host-cell functions using hundreds of effector proteins delivered by its Dot/Icm secretion system1. Among these, members of the SidE family (SidEs) regulate several cellular
Yong-Feng Han et al.
Cell research, 24(12), 1445-1465 (2014-11-26)
The SU(VAR)3-9-like histone methyltransferases usually catalyze repressive histone H3K9 methylation and are involved in transcriptional gene silencing in eukaryotic organisms. We identified a putative SU(VAR)3-9-like histone methyltransferase SUVR2 by a forward genetic screen and demonstrated that it is involved in
Qiang-Qiang Zhao et al.
Journal of integrative plant biology, 61(2), 120-139 (2018-12-28)
Although the mechanism of DNA methylation-mediated gene silencing is extensively studied, relatively little is known about how promoter methylated genes are protected from transcriptional silencing. SUVH1, an Arabidopsis Su(var)3-9 homolog, was previously shown to be required for the expression of
Jean-Paul Lasserre et al.
Electrophoresis, 27(16), 3306-3321 (2006-07-22)
Study of the complexome - all the protein complexes of the cell - is essential for a better understanding and more global vision of cell function. Using two-dimensional blue native/SDS-PAGE (2-D BN/SDS-PAGE) technology, the cytosolic and membrane protein complexes of
Jing Tian et al.
eLife, 7 (2018-06-29)
In obesity, elevated insulin causes fatty liver by activating the gene encoding SREBP-1c, a transcription factor that enhances fatty acid synthesis. Two transcription factors, LXRα and C/EBPβ, are necessary but not sufficient for insulin induction of hepatic SREBP-1c mRNA. Here
F Gharahdaghi et al.
Electrophoresis, 20(3), 601-605 (1999-04-27)
Mass spectrometry is a powerful technique for the identification of proteins at nanogram quantities. However, some degree of sample preparation prior to mass spectrometry is required, and silver-stained protein gel samples are most problematic. Here we report our strategy to
Andrea Miccoli et al.
International journal of molecular sciences, 22(7) (2021-04-04)
In jawed vertebrates, adaptive immune responses are enabled by T cells. Two lineages were characterized based on their T cell receptor (TcR) heterodimers, namely αβ or γδ peptide chains, which display an Ig domain-type sequence that is somatically rearranged. γδ
Yong-Feng Han et al.
The Plant cell, 28(5), 1215-1229 (2016-04-27)
The mechanism by which MORPHEUS' MOLECULE1 (MOM1) contributes to transcriptional gene silencing has remained elusive since the gene was first identified and characterized. Here, we report that two Arabidopsis thaliana PIAS (PROTEIN INHIBITOR OF ACTIVATED STAT)-type SUMO E3 ligase-like proteins
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