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  • Selective mineral transport barriers at Cuscuta-host infection sites. [Journal Article]
    Physiol Plant 2019Förste F, Mantouvalou I, … Krause K
  • The uptake of inorganic nutrients by rootless parasitic plants depending on host connections for all nutrient supplies is largely uncharted. Using X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy (XRF), we analyzed the element composition of macro- and micronutrients at infection sites of the parasitic angiosperm Cuscuta reflexa growing on hosts of the genus Pelargonium. Imaging methods combining XRF with 2-D or …
  • Contribution of retrotransposition to developmental disorders. [Journal Article]
    Nat Commun 2019; 10(1):4630Gardner EJ, Prigmore E, … Hurles ME
  • Mobile genetic Elements (MEs) are segments of DNA which can copy themselves and other transcribed sequences through the process of retrotransposition (RT). In humans several disorders have been attributed to RT, but the role of RT in severe developmental disorders (DD) has not yet been explored. Here we identify RT-derived events in 9738 exome sequenced trios with DD-affected probands. We ascerta…
  • Viral Satellites Exploit Phage Proteins to Escape Degradation of the Bacterial Host Chromosome. [Journal Article]
    Cell Host Microbe 2019; 26(4):504-514.e4McKitterick AC, Hays SG, … Seed KD
  • Phage defense systems are often found on mobile genetic elements (MGEs), where they constitutively defend against invaders or are induced to respond to new assaults. Phage satellites, one type of MGE, are induced during phage infection to promote their own transmission, reducing phage production and protecting their hosts in the process. One such satellite in Vibrio cholerae, phage-inducible chro…
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