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Summary of GO:0009405 (All List)

Organism Arabidopsis thaliana
GO ID GO:0009405
Namespace Process
Name pathogenesis
Description The specific processes that generate the ability of an organism to cause disease in another.

Entry Genes (6 entries)

LocusGene modelDescription
AT1G11580AT1G11580.1METHYLESTERASE PCR A (PMEPCRA); FUNCTIONS IN: enzyme inhibitor activity, pectinesterase activity; INVOLVED IN: cell wall modification; LOCATED IN: cell wall, plasma membrane, plant-type cell wall; EXPRESSED IN: 25 plant structures; EXPRESSED DURING: 13 growth stages; CONTAINS InterPro DOMAIN/s: Pectinesterase, active site (InterPro:IPR018040), Pectin lyase fold/virulence factor (InterPro:IPR011050), Pectinesterase, catalytic (InterPro:IPR000070), Pectinesterase inhibitor (InterPro:IPR006501), Pectin lyase fold (InterPro:IPR012334); BEST Arabidopsis thaliana protein match is: pectin methylesterase, putative (TAIR:AT1G11590.1); Has 1499 Blast hits to 1465 proteins in 271 species: Archae - 0; Bacteria - 420; Metazoa - 1; Fungi - 132; Plants - 945; Viruses - 0; Other Eukaryotes - 1 (source: NCBI BLink). 
AT1G66100AT1G66100.1Predicted to encode a PR (pathogenesis-related) protein. Belongs to the plant thionin (PR-13) family with the following members: At1g66100, At5g36910, At1g72260, At2g15010, At1g12663, At1g12660. 
AT1G72260AT1G72260.1Encodes a thionin which is a cysteine rich protein having antimicrobial properties. Thi2.1 is expressed in response to a variety of pathogens and induced by ethylene and jasmonic acid. Belongs to the plant thionin (PR-13) family with the following members: At1g66100, At5g36910, At1g72260, At2g15010, At1g12663, At1g12660. 
AT2G15010AT2G15010.1Predicted to encode a PR (pathogenesis-related) protein. Belongs to the plant thionin (PR-13) family with the following members: At1g66100, At5g36910, At1g72260, At2g15010, At1g12663, At1g12660. 
AT5G27495AT5G27495.1Encodes a defensin-like (DEFL) family protein. 
AT5G36910AT5G36910.1Encodes a thionin that is expressed at a low basal level in seedlings and shows circadian variation. Predicted to encode a PR (pathogenesis-related) protein. Belongs to the plant thionin (PR-13) family with the following members: At1g66100, At5g36910, At1g72260, At2g15010, At1g12663, At1g12660. 


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