Vol 7, Issue 320
- Parasitic Worms Stimulate Host NADPH Oxidases to Produce Reactive Oxygen Species That Limit Plant Cell Death and Promote Infection
Reactive oxygen species restrict cell death at sites of parasitic nematode infection and support nurse cell formation in plant roots.
- Specificity of the CheR2 Methyltransferase in Pseudomonas aeruginosa Is Directed by a C-Terminal Pentapeptide in the McpB Chemoreceptor
Pentapeptide sequences in a bacterial chemoreceptor mediate adaptation by recruiting a methyltransferase.