To further increase our understanding of responses in tomato to early blight pathogen, we studied a microarray analysis using Affymetrix Tomato Gene chip array, representing approximately 10,000 genes. Our goal was to understand the pattern of expression of pathogenesis related proteins, which have important roles during interaction between host and pathogen.
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Citation: Upadhyay P, Rai A, Kumar R, Singh M, Sinha B (2014) Differential Expression of Pathogenesis Related Protein Genes in Tomato during Inoculation with A. Solani. J Plant Pathol Microb 5: 217.
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