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RXLR effector AVR2 up-regulates a brassinosteroid responsive bHLH transcription factor to suppress immunity

TitleRXLR effector AVR2 up-regulates a brassinosteroid responsive bHLH transcription factor to suppress immunity
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsTurnbull D, Yang LN, Naqvi S, Breen S, Welsh L, Stephens J, Morris J, Boevink PC, Hedley PE, Zhan J, Birch PR, Gilroy EM
JournalPlant Physiology
Volume174
Pagination356-369

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