Research

Assistant professor Masaya Yamamoto revealed the function of N-glycosylation
of the S-locus receptor kinase in self-incompatibility of the Brassicaceae

The writer:Takeshi NISHIO

Research field: Plant Breeding and Genetics

 

Assistant Professor Masaya Yamamoto continuing a study in Tohoku University, which was performed in Cornell University, revealed the function of glycosylation of the recognition molecule participating in self-recognition reaction after pollination in plants (self-incompatibility).The present result is expected to accelerate elucidation of the molecular mechanism of self-recognition in plants.

Masaya Yamamoto1,2, Titima Tantikanjana1, Takeshi Nishio2, Mikhail E. Nasrallah1, and June B. Nasrallah

1. Section of Plant Biology, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA
2. Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Tohoku University, Sendai 981-855, Japan

Site-specific N-glycosylation of the S-locus receptor kinase and its role in the self-incompatibility response of the Brassicaceae.
Plant Cell (IF=9.575) (in press)

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