The Arabidopsis thaliana non-specific phospholipase C2 is involved in the response to Pseudomonas syringae attack

Krčková Z., Kocourková D., Daněk M., Brouzdová J., Pejchar P., Janda M., Pokotylo I., Ott P.G., Valentová O., Martinec J.
ANNALS OF BOTANY 121: 297-310, 2018

Keywords: Arabidopsis thaliana, non-specific phospholipase C, phosphatidylcholine-specific phospholipase C, Pseudomonas syringae, MAMP-triggered immunity, effector-triggered immunity, reactive oxygen species, flagellin
Abstract: he non-specific phospholipase C (NPC) is a new member of the plant phospholipase family that reacts to abiotic environmental stresses, such as phosphate deficiency, high salinity, heat and aluminium toxicity, and is involved in root development, silicon distribution and brassinolide signalling. Six NPC genes (NPC1–NPC6) are found in the Arabidopsis genome. The NPC2 isoform has not been experimentally characterized so far.
DOI: 10.1093/aob/mcx160 IEB authors: Michal Daněk, Martin Janda, Daniela Kocourková, Zuzana Krčková, Jan Martinec, Přemysl Pejchar