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Whilst there is increasing evidence tht the outcome of the interation between a pathogen and a host is dependent on protein-protein interactions, very little information is available on in planta proteomics of biotrophic plant pathogens. Here a proteogenomic approach has been employed to supplement the annotation of the recently sequenced genome and to cast light on the biology of the infection process of the economically important barley powdery mildew pathogen, Blumeria graminis f.sp hordei
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    • P value 3.5259e-4 0 200 800 1000 Sporulating hyphae (775) 371 3380 1 6 367 9 42 • Successful proteogenomic approach to annotate the genome • Helps genome assembly • Reveals gene functionality and novel ORFs • Characteristics of proteins exclusively detected in haustoria Why Blumeria graminis f.sp. hordei? Obligate biotroph Sequenced genome www.blugen.org Intimate & compatible interaction with host Fig. 1 Sporulating powdery mildew (B. graminis f.sp. Hordei) on barley.
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