|1.||Müller, Caroline: 1 article (03/2014)|
|2.||Hackmann, Christian: 1 article (03/2014)|
|3.||Korneli, Christin: 1 article (03/2014)|
|4.||Köster, Tino: 1 article (03/2014)|
|5.||Kutyniok, Magdalene: 1 article (03/2014)|
|6.||Staiger, Dorothee: 1 article (03/2014)|
|7.||Wiedenlübbert, Matthias: 1 article (03/2014)|
|8.||Hasegawa, Paul M: 1 article (01/2010)|
|9.||Lee, Jiyoung: 1 article (01/2010)|
|10.||Miura, Tomoko: 1 article (01/2010)|
|1.||Sudden Infant Death (SID)
|2.||AIDS-Related Complex (ARC)
06/30/2003 - "However, repression was also observed in transgenic plants harboring the salicylate hydroxylase gene (NahG) and in TMV susceptible plants, which do not accumulate SA following TMV infection. "
01/01/2000 - "Interestingly, induction of both genes by TMV infection was still observed in resistant tobacco plants expressing the bacterial salicylate hydroxylase gene (nahG), although the levels of induction appeared to be reduced. "
06/01/2005 - "Salicylic acid (SA) is implicated in the induction of programmed cell death (PCD) associated with pathogen defense responses because SA levels increase in response to PCD-inducing infections, and PCD development can be inhibited by expression of salicylate hydroxylase encoded by the bacterial nahG gene. "
05/14/1996 - "Infection of transgenic plants expressing salicylate hydroxylase, which prevents the accumulation of salicylic acid, or npr1 mutant plants, which are defective in the expression of systemic acquired resistance at a step downstream of salicylic acid, demonstrated that the signaling pathway activated during ozone-induced resistance overlaps with the systemic acquired resistance activation pathway and is salicylic acid dependent. "
|4.||Wounds and Injuries (Trauma)
01/03/2005 - "We show here that, in Arabidopsis plants carrying the salicylate hydroxylase (NahG) transgene, wound induction of the SFR2 promoter-gusA reporter fusion was abolished, indicating that, as has previously been shown for the response to bacterial infection, SA is required for the response to wounding. "
01/01/2006 - "SiAR treatment of transgenic plants expressing salicylate hydroxylase (Nah-G), which prevents the accumulation of salicylic acid, underwent more extensive necrosis than wild-type plants, indicating that the signaling pathway activated by SiAR may overlap with the SA-dependent, systemic acquired resistance pathway. "
|1.||Salicylic Acid (2 Hydroxybenzoic Acid)
|2.||Ubiquitin-Protein Ligases (Ubiquitin-Protein Ligase)
|7.||jasmonic acid (jasmonate)