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    1. Pastorello, EA; Varin, E; Farioli, L; Pravettoni, V; Ortolani, C; Trambaioli, C; Fortunato, D; Giuffrida, MG; Rivolta, F; Robino, A; Calamari, AM; Lacava, L; Conti, A
      The major allergen of sesame seeds (Sesamum indicum) is a 2S albumin

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY B
    2. Regente, M; de la Canal, L
      Do sunflower 2S albumins play a role in resistance to fungi?

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    3. Carvalho, AO; Machado, OLT; Da Cunha, M; Santos, IS; Gomes, VM
      Antimicrobial peptides and immunolocalization of a LTP in Vigna unguiculata seeds

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    4. Saitoh, H; Kiba, A; Nishihara, M; Yamamura, S; Suzuki, K; Terauchi, R
      Production of antimicrobial defensin in Nicotiana benthamiana with a potato virus X vector

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    5. Punja, ZK
      Genetic engineering of plants to enhance resistance to fungal pathogens - a review of progress and future prospects

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PHYTOPATHOLOGIE
    6. Veronese, P; Li, X; Niu, XM; Weller, SC; Bressan, RA; Hasegawa, PM
      Bioengineering mint crop improvement

      PLANT CELL TISSUE AND ORGAN CULTURE
    7. Waniska, RD; Venkatesha, RT; Chandrashekar, A; Krishnaveni, S; Bejosano, FP; Jeoung, J; Jayaraj, J; Muthukrishnan, S; Liang, GH
      Antifungal proteins and other mechanisms in the control of sorghum stalk rot and grain mold

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    8. Melchers, LS; Stuiver, MH
      Novel genes for disease-resistance breeding

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    9. Kinkema, M; Fan, WH; Dong, XN
      Nuclear localization of NPR1 is required for activation of PR gene expression

      PLANT CELL
    10. Urdangarin, MC; Norero, NS; Broekaert, WF; de la Canal, L
      A defensin gene expressed in sunflower inflorescence

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    11. Ali, GS; Reddy, ASN
      Inhibition of fungal and bacterial plant pathogens by synthetic peptides: in vitro growth inhibition, interaction between peptides and inhibition of disease progression

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    12. Gillespie, JP; Bailey, AM; Cobb, B; Vilcinskas, A
      Fungi as elicitors of insect immune responses

      ARCHIVES OF INSECT BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Skadsen, RW; Sathish, P; Kaeppler, HF
      Expression of thaumatin-like permatin PR-5 genes switches from the ovary wall to the aleurone in developing barley and oat seeds

      PLANT SCIENCE
    14. Park, CJ; Park, CB; Hong, SS; Lee, HS; Lee, SY; Kim, SC
      Characterization and cDNA cloning of two glycine- and histidine-rich antimicrobial peptides from the roots of shepherd's purse, Capsella bursa-pastoris

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    15. Schaffrath, U; Mauch, F; Freydl, E; Schweizer, P; Dudler, R
      Constitutive expression of the defense-related Rir1b gene in transgenic rice plants confers enhanced resistance to the rice blast fungus Magnaporthe grisea

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    16. Jia, X; Patrzykat, A; Devlin, RH; Ackerman, PA; Iwama, GK; Hancock, REW
      Antimicrobial peptides protect coho salmon from Vibrio anguillarum infections

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    17. Bieri, S; Potrykus, I; Futterer, J
      Expression of active barley seed ribosome-inactivating protein in transgenic wheat

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    18. Helleboid, S; Hendriks, T; Bauw, G; Inze, D; Vasseur, J; Hilbert, JL
      Three major somatic embryogenesis related proteins in Cichorium identifiedas PR proteins

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    19. Bueso, FJ; Waniska, RD; Rooney, WL; Bejosano, FP
      Activity of antifungal proteins against mold in sorghum caryopses in the field

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    20. Rioux, D; Jacobi, V; Simard, M; Hamelin, RC
      Structural changes of spores of tree fungal pathogens after treatment withthe designed antimicrobial peptide D2A21

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    21. Almeida, MS; Cabral, KMS; Zingali, RB; Kurtenbach, E
      Characterization of two novel defense peptides from pea (Pisum sativum) seeds

      ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS
    22. Schroder, JM
      Epithelial antimicrobial peptides: innate local host response elements

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    23. Harrison, SJ; McManus, AM; Marcus, JP; Goulter, KC; Green, JL; Nielsen, KJ; Craik, DJ; Maclean, DJ; Manners, JM
      Purification and characterization of a plant antimicrobial peptide expressed in Escherichia coli

      PROTEIN EXPRESSION AND PURIFICATION
    24. Marcus, JP; Green, JL; Goulter, KC; Manners, JM
      A family of antimicrobial peptides is produced by processing of a 7S globulin protein in Macadamia integrifolia kernels

      PLANT JOURNAL
    25. Petersson, S; Schnurer, J
      Growth of Penicillium roqueforti, P-carneum, and P-paneum during malfunctioning airtight storage of high-moisture grain cultivars

      POSTHARVEST BIOLOGY AND TECHNOLOGY
    26. Wang, YP; Nowak, G; Culley, D; Hadwiger, LA; Fristensky, B
      Constitutive expression of pea defense gene DRR206 confers resistance to blackleg (Leptosphaeria maculans) disease in transgenic canola (Brassica napus)

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    27. Belles, JM; Garro, R; Fayos, J; Navarro, P; Primo, J; Conejero, V
      Gentisic acid as a pathogen-inducible signal, additional to salicylic acidfor activation of plant defenses in tomato

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    28. Van Loon, LC; Van Strien, EA
      The families of pathogenesis-related proteins, their activities, and comparative analysis of PR-1 type proteins

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    29. Oh, BJ; Ko, MK; Kostenyuk, I; Shin, B; Kim, KS
      Coexpression of a defensin gene and a thionin-like gene via different signal transduction pathways in pepper and Colletotrichum gloeosporioides interactions

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    30. Thevissen, K; Terras, FRG; Broekaert, WF
      Permeabilization of fungal membranes by plant defensins inhibits fungal growth

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    31. Bliffeld, M; Mundy, J; Potrykus, I; Futterer, J
      Genetic engineering of wheat for increased resistance to powdery mildew disease

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    32. Rodriguez-Herrera, R; Waniska, RD; Rooney, WL
      Antifungal proteins and grain mold resistance in sorghum with nonpigmentedtesta

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    33. Schroder, JM
      Epithelial peptide antibiotics

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    34. DOUGHTY J; DIXON S; HISCOCK SJ; WILLIS AC; PARKIN IAP; DICKINSON HG
      PCP-A1, A DEFENSIN-LIKE BRASSICA POLLEN COAT PROTEIN THAT BINDS THE S-LOCUS GLYCOPROTEIN, IS THE PRODUCT OF GAMETOPHYTIC GENE-EXPRESSION

      The Plant cell
    35. FRITIG B; HEITZ T; LEGRAND M
      ANTIMICROBIAL PROTEINS IN INDUCED PLANT DEFENSE

      Current opinion in immunology
    36. CAVALLARIN L; ANDREU D; SEGUNDO BS
      CECROPIN A-DERIVED PEPTIDES ARE POTENT INHIBITORS OF FUNGAL PLANT-PATHOGENS

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    37. LIN KC; BUSHNELL WR; SMITH AG; SZABO LJ
      TEMPORAL ACCUMULATION PATTERNS OF DEFENSE RESPONSE GENE TRANSCRIPTS IN RELATION TO RESISTANT REACTIONS IN OAT INOCULATED WITH PUCCINIA-GRAMINIS

      Physiological and molecular plant pathology
    38. Bushnell, WR; Somers, DA; Giroux, RW; Szabo, LJ; Zeyen, RJ
      Genetic engineering of disease resistance in cereals

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PHYTOPATHOLOGIE
    39. HOLTORF S; LUDWIGMULLER J; APEL K; BOHLMANN H
      HIGH-LEVEL EXPRESSION OF A VISCOTOXIN IN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA GIVES ENHANCED RESISTANCE AGAINST PLASMODIOPHORA-BRASSICAE

      Plant molecular biology
    40. Manners, JM; Penninckx, IAMA; Vermaere, K; Kazan, K; Brown, RL; Morgan, A; Maclean, DJ; Curtis, MD; Cammue, BPA; Broekaert, WF
      The promoter of the plant defensin gene PDF1.2 from Arabidopsis is systemically activated by fungal pathogens and responds to methyl jasmonate but not to salicylic acid

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    41. TERRAS FRG; PENNINCKX IAMA; GODERIS IJ; BROEKAERT WF
      EVIDENCE THAT THE ROLE OF PLANT DEFENSINS IN RADISH DEFENSE RESPONSESIS INDEPENDENT OF SALICYLIC-ACID

      Planta
    42. BRENNER ED; LAMBERT KN; KALOSHIAN I; WILLIAMSON VM
      CHARACTERIZATION OF LEMIR, A ROOT-KNOT NEMATODE-INDUCED GENE IN TOMATO WITH AN ENCODED PRODUCT SECRETED FROM THE ROOT

      Plant physiology
    43. HOULNE G; MEYER B; SCHANTZ R
      ALTERATION OF THE EXPRESSION OF A PLANT DEFENSIN GENE BY EXON SHUFFLING IN BELL PEPPER (CAPSICUM-ANNUUM L.)

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    44. TASSIN S; BROEKAERT WF; MARION D; ACLAND DP; PTAK M; VOVELLE F; SODANO P
      SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF ACE-AMP1, A POTENT ANTIMICROBIAL PROTEIN EXTRACTED FROM ONION SEEDS - STRUCTURAL ANALOGIES WITH PLANT NONSPECIFIC LIPID TRANSFER PROTEINS

      Biochemistry
    45. JOSHI BN; SAINANI MN; BASTAWADE KB; GUPTA VS; RANJEKAR PK
      CYSTEINE PROTEASE INHIBITOR FROM PEARL-MILLET - A NEW CLASS OF ANTIFUNGAL PROTEIN

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    46. ORRU S; SCALONI A; GIANNATTASIO M; URECH K; PUCCI P; SCHALLER G
      AMINO-ACID-SEQUENCE, S-S BRIDGE ARRANGEMENT AND DISTRIBUTION IN PLANT-TISSUES OF THIONINS FROM VISCUM-ALBUM

      Biological chemistry
    47. BOWLING SA; CLARKE JD; LIU YD; KLESSIG DF; DONG XN
      THE CPR5 MUTANT OF ARABIDOPSIS EXPRESSES BOTH NPR1-DEPENDENT AND NPR1-INDEPENDENT RESISTANCE

      The Plant cell
    48. EPPLE P; APEL K; BOHLMANN H
      OVEREXPRESSION OF AN ENDOGENOUS THIONIN ENHANCES RESISTANCE OF ARABIDOPSIS AGAINST FUSARIUM-OXYSPORUM

      The Plant cell
    49. ROGERS EE; AUSUBEL FM
      ARABIDOPSIS ENHANCED DISEASE SUSCEPTIBILITY MUTANTS EXHIBIT ENHANCED SUSCEPTIBILITY TO SEVERAL BACTERIAL PATHOGENS AND ALTERATIONS IN PR-1 GENE-EXPRESSION

      The Plant cell
    50. MOLINA A; GARCIAOLMEDO F
      ENHANCED TOLERANCE TO BACTERIAL PATHOGENS CAUSED BY THE TRANSGENIC EXPRESSION OF BARLEY LIPID TRANSFER PROTEIN LTP2

      Plant journal
    51. SHAH DM
      GENETIC-ENGINEERING FOR FUNGAL AND BACTERIAL DISEASES

      Current opinion in biotechnology
    52. SHIH NJR; MCDONALD KA
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CHITINASES FROM TRANSFORMED CALLUS SUSPENSION-CULTURES OF TRICHOSANTHES KIRILOWII MAXIM

      Journal of fermentation and bioengineering
    53. HARRISON SJ; MARCUS JP; GOULTER KC; GREEN JL; MACLEAN DJ; MANNERS JM
      AN ANTIMICROBIAL PEPTIDE FROM THE AUSTRALIAN NATIVE HARDENBERGIA-VIOLACEA PROVIDES THE FIRST FUNCTIONALLY CHARACTERIZED MEMBER OF A SUBFAMILY OF PLANT DEFENSINS

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    54. CHUNG RPT; NEUMANN GM; POLYA GM
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF BASIC-PROTEINS WITH IN-VITRO ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY FROM SEEDS OF COTTON, GOSSYPIUM-HIRSUTUM

      PLANT SCIENCE
    55. KNIGHT SC; ANTHONY VM; BRADY AM; GREENLAND AJ; HEANEY SP; MURRAY DC; POWELL KA; SCHULZ MA; SPINKS CA; WORTHINGTON PA; YOULE D
      RATIONALE AND PERSPECTIVES ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF FUNGICIDES

      Annual review of phytopathology
    56. ROBINSON SP; JACOBS AK; DRY IB
      A CLASS-IV CHITINASE IS HIGHLY EXPRESSED IN GRAPE BERRIES DURING RIPENING

      Plant physiology
    57. HUANG ZY; WHITE DG; PAYNE GA
      CORN SEED PROTEINS INHIBITORY TO ASPERGILLUS-FLAVUS AND AFLATOXIN BIOSYNTHESIS

      Phytopathology
    58. PRESSEY R
      2 ISOFORMS OF NP24 - A THAUMATIN-LIKE PROTEIN IN TOMATO FRUIT

      Phytochemistry
    59. REGENTE MC; OLIVA CR; FELDMAN ML; CASTAGNARO AP; DELACANAL L
      A SUNFLOWER LEAF ANTIFUNGAL PEPTIDE ACTIVE AGAINST SCLEROTINIA-SCLEROTIORUM

      Physiologia Plantarum
    60. TAILOR RH; ACLAND DP; ATTENBOROUGH S; CAMMUE BPA; EVANS IJ; OSBORN RW; RAY JA; REES SB; BROEKAERT WF
      A NOVEL FAMILY OF SMALL CYSTEINE-RICH ANTIMICROBIAL PEPTIDES FROM SEED OF IMPATIENS-BALSAMINA IS DERIVED FROM A SINGLE PRECURSOR PROTEIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    61. TITARENKO E; LOPEZSOLANILLA E; GARCIAOLMEDO F; RODRIGUEZPALENZUELA P
      MUTANTS OF RALSTONIA (PSEUDOMONAS) SOLANACEARUM SENSITIVE TO ANTIMICROBIAL PEPTIDES ARE ALTERED IN THEIR LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE STRUCTURE AND ARE AVIRULENT IN TOBACCO

      Journal of bacteriology
    62. SEETHARAMAN K; WHITEHEAD E; KELLER NP; WANISKA RD; ROONEY LW
      IN-VITRO ACTIVITY OF SORGUM SEED ANTIFUNGAL PROTEINS AGAINST GRAIN MOLD PATHOGENS

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    63. GLAZEBROOK J; ZOOK M; MERT F; KAGAN I; ROGERS EE; CRUTE IR; HOLUB EB; HAMMERSCHMIDT R; AUSUBEL FM
      PHYTOALEXIN-DEFICIENT MUTANTS OF ARABIDOPSIS REVEAL THAT PAD4 ENCODESA REGULATORY FACTOR AND THAT 4 PAD GENES CONTRIBUTE TO DOWNY MILDEW RESISTANCE

      Genetics
    64. GERHARDT LBD; SACHETTOMARTINS G; CONTARINI MG; SANDRONI M; FERREIRA RD; DELIMA VM; CORDEIRO MC; DEOLIVEIRA DE; MARGISPINHEIRO M
      ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA CLASS-IV CHITINASE IS EARLY INDUCED DURING THE INTERACTION WITH XANTHOMONAS-CAMPESTRIS

      FEBS letters
    65. EPPLE P; APEL K; BOHLMANN H
      ESTS REVEAL A MULTIGENE FAMILY FOR PLANT DEFENSINS IN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA

      FEBS letters
    66. MARCUS JP; GOULTER KC; GREEN JL; HARRISON SJ; MANNERS JM
      PURIFICATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND CDNA CLONING OF AN ANTIMICROBIAL PEPTIDE FROM MACADAMIA-INTEGRIFOLIA

      European journal of biochemistry
    67. ZHANG NY; JONES BL; TAO HP
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A NEW CLASS OF INSECT ALPHA-AMYLASE INHIBITORS FROM BARLEY

      Cereal chemistry
    68. HARTLEY MR; CHADDOCK JA; BONNESS MS
      THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF RIBOSOME-INACTIVATING PROTEINS

      Trends in plant science
    69. PENNINCKX IAMA; EGGERMONT K; TERRAS FRG; THOMMA BPHJ; DESAMBLANX GW; BUCHALA A; METRAUX JP; MANNERS JM; BROEKAERT WF
      PATHOGEN-INDUCED SYSTEMIC ACTIVATION OF A PLANT DEFENSIN GENE IN ARABIDOPSIS FOLLOWS A SALICYLIC ACID-INDEPENDENT PATHWAY

      The Plant cell
    70. MASOUD SA; ZHU Q; LAMB C; DIXON RA
      CONSTITUTIVE EXPRESSION OF AN INDUCIBLE BETA-1,3-GLUCANASE IN ALFALFAREDUCES DISEASE SEVERITY CAUSED BY THE OOMYCETE PATHOGEN PHYTOPHTHORA-MEGASPERMA F-SP MEDICAGINIS, BUT DOES NOT REDUCE DISEASE SEVERITY OF CHITIN-CONTAINING FUNGI

      Transgenic research
    71. STANCHEV BS; DOUGHTY J; SCUTT CP; DICKINSON H; CROY RRD
      CLONING OF PCP1, A MEMBER OF A FAMILY OF POLLEN COAT PROTEIN (PCP) GENES FROM BRASSICA-OLERACEA ENCODING NOVEL CYSTEINE-RICH PROTEINS INVOLVED IN POLLEN-STIGMA INTERACTIONS

      Plant journal
    72. NEUMANN GM; CONDRON R; POLYA GM
      PURIFICATION AND MASS SPECTROMETRY-BASED SEQUENCING OF YELLOW MUSTARD(SINAPIS-ALBA L) 6-KDA PROTEINS

      International journal of peptide & protein research
    73. NEUMANN GM; CONDRON R; POLYA GM
      PURIFICATION AND SEQUENCING OF YELLOW MUSTARD SEED NAPIN SMALL AND LARGE CHAINS THAT ARE PHOSPHORYLATED BY PLANT CALCIUM-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE AND ARE CALMODULIN ANTAGONISTS

      PLANT SCIENCE
    74. NEUMANN GM; CONDRON R; THOMAS I; POLYA GM
      PURIFICATION AND SEQUENCING OF MULTIPLE FORMS OF BRASSICA-NAPUS SEED NAPIN SMALL CHAINS THAT ARE CALMODULIN ANTAGONISTS AND SUBSTRATES FOR PLANT CALCIUM-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Protein structure and molecular enzymology
    75. STEVENS C; TITARENKO E; HARGREAVES JA; GURR SJ
      DEFENSE-RELATED GENE ACTIVATION DURING AN INCOMPATIBLE INTERACTION BETWEEN STAGONOSPORA (SEPTORIA) NODORUM AND BARLEY (HORDEUM-VULGARE L) COLEOPTILE CELLS

      Plant molecular biology
    76. MEYER B; HOULNE G; POZUETAROMERO J; SCHANTZ ML; SCHANTZ R
      FRUIT-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION OF A DEFENSIN-TYPE GENE FAMILY IN BELL PEPPER - UP-REGULATION DURING RIPENING AND UPON WOUNDING

      Plant physiology
    77. GOMES VM; OLIVEIRA AEA; XAVIER J
      A CHITINASE AND A BETA-1,3-GLUCANASE ISOLATED FROM THE SEEDS OF COWPEA (VIGNA-UNGUICULATA L WALP) INHIBIT THE GROWTH OF FUNGI AND INSECT PESTS OF THE SEED

      Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
    78. MARTINS JC; MAES D; LORIS R; PEPERMANS HAM; WYNS L; WILLEM R; VERHEYDEN P
      H-1-NMR STUDY OF THE SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF AC-AMP2, A SUGAR BINDING ANTIMICROBIAL PROTEIN ISOLATED FROM AMARANTHUS-CAUDATUS

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    79. MELAKEBERHAN A; BUTLER LG; EJETA G; MENKIR A
      GRAIN MOLD RESISTANCE AND POLYPHENOL ACCUMULATION IN SORGHUM

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    80. GODOY AV; OLIVIERI FP; CASALONGUE CA
      INDUCTION OF HYDROLYTIC ENZYMES AND ANTIFUNGAL IN-VITRO ACTIVITY IN SOLANUM-TUBEROSUM SUBSP ANDIGENA AFTER INFECTION WITH FUSARIUM-SOLANI F-SP EUMARTII

      Potato research
    81. RICO M; BRUIX M; GONZALEZ C; MONSALVE RI; RODRIGUEZ R
      H-1-NMR ASSIGNMENT AND GLOBAL FOLD OF NAPIN BNIB, A REPRESENTATIVE 2SALBUMIN SEED PROTEIN

      Biochemistry
    82. RAO AG
      ANTIMICROBIAL PEPTIDES

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    83. CHANG A; NEUMANN GM; POLYA GM
      RESOLUTION OF 3 CA2-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASES AND ENDOGENOUS SUBSTRATE PROTEINS FROM BITTER GOURD SEEDS()

      PLANT SCIENCE
    84. PHILLIPPE B; CAMMUE BPA; THEVISSEN K; HENDRIKS M; EGGERMONT K; GODERIS IJ; PROOST P; VANDAMME J; OSBORN RW; GUERBETTE F; KADER JC; BROEKAERT WF
      A POTENT ANTIMICROBIAL PROTEIN FROM ONION SEEDS SHOWING SEQUENCE HOMOLOGY TO PLANT LIPID TRANSFER PROTEINS

      Plant physiology
    85. BROEKAERT WF; TERRAS FRG; CAMMUE BPA; OSBORN RW
      PLANT DEFENSINS - NOVEL ANTIMICROBIAL PEPTIDES AS COMPONENTS OF THE HOST-DEFENSE SYSTEM

      Plant physiology
    86. NITTI G; ORRU S; BLOCH C; MORHY L; MARINO G; PUCCI P
      AMINO-ACID-SEQUENCE AND DISULFIDE-BRIDGE PATTERN OF 3 GAMMA-THIONINS FROM SORGHUM-BICOLOR

      European journal of biochemistry
    87. BRUIX M; GONZALEZ C; SANTORO J; SORIANO F; ROCHER A; MENDEZ E
      H-1-NMR STUDIES ON THE STRUCTURE OF A NEW THIONIN FROM BARLEY ENDOSPERM

      Biopolymers
    88. KUMARI RS; CHANDRASHEKAR A; SHETTY HS
      ANTIFUNGAL PROTEINS FROM SORGHUM ENDOSPERM AND THEIR EFFECTS ON FUNGAL MYCELIUM

      Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
    89. KUMARI SR; CHANDRASHEKAR A
      ISOLATION AND PURIFICATION OF 3 ANTIFUNGAL PROTEINS FROM SORGHUM ENDOSPERM

      Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
    90. MONSALVE RI; MENENDEZARIAS L; DELAPENA MAG; BATANERO E; VILLALBA M; RODRIGUEZ R
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NAPIN-LIKE PROTEINS FROM RADISH

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    91. ONADERRA M; MONSALVE RI; MANCHENO JM; VILLALBA M; DELPOZO AM; GAVILANES JG; RODRIGUEZ R
      FOOD MUSTARD ALLERGEN INTERACTION WITH PHOSPHOLIPID-VESICLES

      European journal of biochemistry
    92. MORENO M; SEGURA A; GARCIAOLMEDO F
      PSEUDOTHIONIN-ST1, A POTATO PEPTIDE ACTIVE AGAINST POTATO PATHOGENS

      European journal of biochemistry
    93. ZHONG QH; HIRUKI C
      CHITINASE PURIFIED FROM ALFALFA INFECTED BY CLOVER PROLIFERATION MYCOPLASMALIKE ORGANISM

      Proceedings of the Japan Academy. Series B Physical and biological sciences
    94. RAGHOTHAMA KG; LIU D; NELSON DE; HASEGAWA PM; BRESSAN RA
      ANALYSIS OF AN OSMOTICALLY REGULATED PATHOGENESIS-RELATED OSMOTIN GENE PROMOTER

      Plant molecular biology
    95. DARNETTY; LESLIE JF; MUTHUKRISHNAN S; SWEGLE M; VIGERS AJ; SELITRENNIKOFF CP
      VARIABILITY IN ANTIFUNGAL PROTEINS IN THE GRAINS OF MAIZE, SORGHUM AND WHEAT

      Physiologia Plantarum


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