These authors contributed equally to this work.
Arabidopsis wat1 (walls are thin1)-mediated resistance to the bacterial vascular pathogen, Ralstonia solanacearum, is accompanied by cross-regulation of salicylic acid and tryptophan metabolism
Article first published online: 26 NOV 2012
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The Plant Journal
Volume 73, Issue 2, pages 225–239, January 2013
How to Cite
Denancé, N., Ranocha, P., Oria, N., Barlet, X., Rivière, M.-P., Yadeta, K. A., Hoffmann, L., Perreau, F., Clément, G., Maia-Grondard, A., van den Berg, G. C.M., Savelli, B., Fournier, S., Aubert, Y., Pelletier, S., Thomma, B. P.H.J., Molina, A., Jouanin, L., Marco, Y. and Goffner, D. (2013), Arabidopsis wat1 (walls are thin1)-mediated resistance to the bacterial vascular pathogen, Ralstonia solanacearum, is accompanied by cross-regulation of salicylic acid and tryptophan metabolism. The Plant Journal, 73: 225–239. doi: 10.1111/tpj.12027
- Issue published online: 10 JAN 2013
- Article first published online: 26 NOV 2012
- Accepted manuscript online: 15 SEP 2012 02:26AM EST
- Manuscript Accepted: 7 SEP 2012
- Manuscript Revised: 5 SEP 2012
- Manuscript Received: 7 DEC 2011
Figure S1.WAT1 gene expression decreases following R. solanacearum infection in Col-0 plants.
Figure S2. wat1 mutants exhibit an increased resistance to vascular pathogens.
Figure S3. Quantitative assessment of the effect of the wat1 mutation on global gene expression in roots and leaves.
Figure S4. Role of tryptophan and auxin in wat1-mediated resistance to the vascular fungal pathogen, Verticillium dahliae.
Figure S5. Indole metabolite content in non-inoculated roots of wat1-1 trp5 and wat1-1 Pro35S:AFB1-myc.
Figure S6. Working model for wat1-associated resistance to R. solanacearum.
Table S1. List of the 148 de-regulated genes in non-inoculated wat1-1 roots compared to the wild-type.
Table S2. List of the 40 de-regulated genes in non-inoculated wat1-1 leaves compared to the wild-type.
Table S3. List of the 210 de-regulated genes in wat1-1 roots compared to the wild-type at 4 dpi.
Table S4. List of the 148 de-regulated genes in wat1-1 leaves compared to the wild-type at 4 dpi.
Table S5. Primers used for analysis of WAT1 gene expression by quantitative RT-PCR.
Table S6. Primers used to detect mutations for selection of double/triple mutants or transgene introduction in wat1-1.
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