"The completion of several genome sequencing projects in various species is a promising step towards unravelling genomeorganization and gene function. It is therefore possible to predictin silicoall the proteins potentially secreted by an organism and,afterward, experimentally observe their presence, thereby validatinggene models. These exhaustive genomic sequencing programs pave the road for comparative secretomics. It remains that the genetic differences occurring between cultivars or strains may still decreasethe ability to efficiently identify secreted proteins. Scientists now facethe overwhelming task of designing relevantin vivo experiments endeavoured at identifying the secretomes underpinning plant-fungalssociations.
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Last date updated on July, 2014