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Transcriptome profiling of the rice blast fungus and its host during infection.

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Summary of "Transcriptome profiling of the rice blast fungus and its host during infection."

The rice blast (fungal pathogen: and host: ) is the most important model pathosystem to understand plant-microbe interactions. Although both genome sequences were published as the first cases of pathogen and host, only a few transcriptome data during infection are available. Due to technical difficulties, previously reported fungal transcriptome data is not highly qualified to comprehensively profile the expression of fungal genes during infection. Here we report the high-quality transcriptomes of and rice during infection using a microdissection-based RNA sequencing approach. This comprehensive expression profiling of the fungal pathogen and its host would provide a better platform for understanding the plant-microbe interactions at the genomic level and serve as a valuable resource for the research community.

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Name: Molecular plant-microbe interactions : MPMI
ISSN: 0894-0282
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