| Categories genes  | Tags blast disease  salicylic acid  blast  disease  sa  disease resistance 
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    • Furthermore, RNAi-mediated silencing of the OsSGT1 gene significantly reduced the probenazole-dependent development of resistance against blast disease, further supporting the suggestion that OsSGT1 is a key mediator of development of chemically induced disease resistance
    • Contribution of salicylic acid glucosyltransferase, OsSGT1, to chemically induced disease resistance in rice plants
    • Cloning and characterization of the most highly activated probenazole-responsive gene revealed that it encodes UDP-glucose:SA glucosyltransferase (OsSGT1), which catalyzes the conversion of free SA into SA O-beta-glucoside (SAG)
    • The OsSGT1 gene may contribute to the SA signaling mechanism by inducing up-regulation of SAG in rice plants
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