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Proteomics Approach Identifies a New Signaling Component Important for Plant Symbiosis

News   Aug 02, 2019 | Original story from Aarhus University

 
Proteomics Approach Identifies a New Signaling Component Important for Plant Symbiosis

Confocal microscopy images showing NICK4-GFP translocation to the nucleus upon perception of nod factors in Lotus japonicus roots. Credit: Marcin Nadzieja/AU.

 
 
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