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Elicitor- And Wound-induced Oxidative Cross-linking Of A Proline-rich Plant Cell Wall Protein: A Novel, Rapid Defense Response

D. Bradley, P. Kjellbom, C. Lamb
Published 1992 · Biology, Medicine

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Treatment of bean or soybean cells with fungal elicitor or glutathione causes a rapid insolubilization of preexisting (hydroxy)proline-rich structural proteins in the cell wall. This insolubilization, which involves H2O2-mediated oxidative cross-linking, is initiated within 2 min and is complete within 10 min under optimal conditions, and hence, precedes the expression of transcription-dependent defenses. Cross-linking is also under developmental control during hypocotyl growth and in tissues subject to mechanical stress such as the stem-petiole junction. Stimulus-dependent oxidative cross-linking of wall structural proteins is a novel site of cellular regulation with potentially important functions in cell maturation and toughening of cell walls in the initial stages of plant defense.
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