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Plant tissue culture "immunity" Results about 6,130 19/12/10 but about 64,800 2/1/11
Plant tissue culture conifer "immunity" Results 1 - 83 2010-1011
Plant tissue culture barcode "immunity" about 856
Plant tissue culture marker "immunity" about 34,000
Plant tissue culture marker conifer "immunity" Results 1 - 48  2010-1011
Plant tissue culture biomarker "immunity" about 6,300
Clonal micropropagation 
Google примерно 31,700 
Scholar Google about 10,300
2010 about 579
Clonal micropropagation "Butenko" about 118
Clonal micropropagation "immunity" about 211
Plant tissue culture "immunity" about 65,000
2010 Plant tissue culture "immunity" about 6,130
Somatic tissue culture (Micropropagation, callus ...
Results 1 - 100 of about 6,130
[HTML] from pnas.orgD Lu, S Wu, X Gao, Y Zhang… - Proceedings of the …, 2010 - National Acad Sciences
... whether the distinct signaling output mediated by BAK1 and BIK1 in the control of plant immunity
and development ... and diluted to the desired density with H 2 O. For the 4-week-old plant flg22
protection ... were grown in 1/2 MS medium for 10 days in a 12-well tissue culture plate. ... 
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A Block, M Guo, G Li, C Elowsky… - Cellular …, 2010 - Wiley Online Library
... in a genome-wide screen for T3Es and was confirmed to be secreted in culture by DC3000 ... can
also sup- press ETI, it suggests that HopG1 may target components of plant immunity common
to ... The plant tissue was stained with aniline blue and callose foci were enumerated. ... 
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... translocates into plant cells multiple effectors that suppress pathogen-associated molecular pattern
(PAMP)- triggered immunity (PTI). P. syringae pv. tomato DC3000 no longer delivers the T3SS
translocation reporter AvrPto-Cya in Nicotiana benthamiana leaf tissue in which ... 
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NH Loc, NH Bach, TG Kim… - Protein expression and purification, 2010 - Elsevier
... Preliminary work showed that 90% shoots rooted with 2–3 cm in length (Fig. 2). Generally, we
have cultured successfully P. pellucida plant in in vitro condition, and to our knowledge there
is no information available concerning tissue culture of this plant species. ... 
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I Shikano, JD Ericsson, JS Cory… - Basic and Applied Ecology, 2010 - Elsevier
... Herbivores may increase their total consumption of plant tissue to compensate for low nutrient
concentration, either ... much slower on cucumber, larvae spent different times on each host plant
to reach ... E. coli (K12 strain) was grown overnight in Luria–Bertani culture broth at 37 °C ... 
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LR Sabin, SL Hanna… - Current opinion in immunology, 2010 - Elsevier
... many of these new findings will likely play fundamental roles in innate immunity in vertebrates. ...
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[[27 ... using a panel of transgenic fly lines carrying viral suppressors from plant and insect ... 
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G Kohut, B Oláh, AL Ádám… - Journal of Basic …, 2010 - interscience.wiley.com
... Adenylyl cyclase regulates heavy metal sensitivity, bikaverin production and plant tissue
colonization ... in fungal virulence, studies on the role of this pathway in plant pathogenic fungi ... Fungal
strains and culture conditions F. proliferatum ITEM 2287, isolated from maize and the ... 
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L Sabová, M Pilátová, K Szilagyi… - Phytotherapy …, 2010 - Wiley Online Library
... are frequently used by cancer patients because of their ability to stimulate the immunity and to ...
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was performed in 96-well tissue culture plates (Sarstedt Inc., USA) as follows: the ... 
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C Simões, TC de Castro, L da Silva Cordeiro… - World Journal of …, 2010 - Springer
... HSV-related pathologies have increased recently and the illness is usually more severe in patients
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to produce plants free of contaminants and on a large scale, independently of ... 
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[PDF] from tujournal.edu.npG Manandhar - Tribhuvan University Journal, 2010 - tujournal.edu.np
... basis of immunity), Chemotheraputic methods (Antibiotics, Interferon, Interleukin),
Imunotherapeutic methods (Monoclonal and Polyclonal antibodies). B. PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY
1. Scopes and fields of Plant Biotechnology. Somatic tissue culture (Micropropagation, callus ... 
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... AP-MS in Protein Complex Investigation of Plant Immunity ... However, there are transient assays
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of authentic protein in- teractions in the native environment of the plant cell would seem ...
Y Liu, C Sullivan, G Fang, A Cox… - Acta Biochimica et …, 2010 - abbs.oxfordjournals.org
... To study the toxic effects of single-walled carbon nano- tubes (SWCNTs) on the structure and
function of blood-brain barrier, we established the mouse brain microvascular endo- thelial cells
(bEnd.3) and primary mouse astrocytes (As) co-culture in vitro blood-brain barrier ...
Z Dunlin… - Feed Review, 2010 - en.cnki.com.cn
... Liang-biao;LUO Chun-mei(Chuxiong Agricultural School of Yunnan Province,Chuxiong
675000,China);Application of Plant Tissue Culture Techniques on ... Bureau of Qingfeng,Puyang
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[PDF] from oxfordjournals.orgY Hsu, WC Yang, CLT Chang… - International …, 2010 - intimmabs.oxfordjournals.org
... 1Agricultural Biotechnology Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, 2Institute of
Plant Science, National ... innate immune function of liver MNCs and thereby increased antitumor
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[PDF] from wdc-jp.comH Jin, F Higashikawa, M Noda, X Zhao… - Biological & …, 2010 - J-STAGE
... digestive fluids in gastrointestinal tract, it will be significant to screen various plant-derived ... The
gut-associated lymphoid tissue (GALT) is composed of Peyer's patches, peripheral lymphoid
tissues ... IgA assessments were conducted using isolated intestine, feces, or a culture of ex ... 
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E Crabill, A Joe, A Block, JM van Rooyen… - Plant …, 2010 - Am Soc Plant Biol
... The response induced by this recognition is termed effector-triggered immunity (ETI; Jones and
Dangl, 2006). ... data indicate that the quadruple mutant loses the ability to inject T3Es in PTI-induced
Arabidopsis, cannot produce disease symptoms, and grows poorly in plant tissue... 
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BW Poovaiah… - US Patent App. 20,100/223,690, 2010 - freepatentsonline.com
... Alternatively, tissue specific (root, leaf, flower, and seed for example) promoters (Carpenter et
al. ... to protect plants from disease, particularly those diseases that are caused by plant pathogens ...
tomato DC3000 culture and inoculation was performed as previously described 32, 33 ... 
H Jeon - Natural Product Sciences, 2010 - papersearch.net
... Macrophages concerned in not only natural immunity but specific acquired immunity and play
... Preparation of the stem and leaves of S. polyrrhiza – The plant materials were purchased ... which
was supplemented with 10% heat-inactivated FBS, in 24-well tissue culture plates (3 ...
D Hu, Y Shen, L Mi… - Forestry Studies in China, 2010 - Springer
... can also counteract tumor and caducity, accelerate metabo- lism and enhance immunity of body ...
In vitro propagation of Para- dox walnut rootstock (Juglans hindsii × Juglans regia, tissue culture).
Plant Prod, 19(4): 507–509 Editorial Board of Flora of China of Chinese Academy ... 
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NF Keinath, S Kierszniowska, J Lorek… - Journal of Biological …, 2010 - ASBMB
... 1). We previously verified responsiveness of the cell culture to flg22 in an oxidative burst assay ...
DET3 and FER Are Components of Plant Innate Immunity... This virulence-compromised strain
proliferates more slowly inside plant tissue and is expected to enable the detection of ...
H Zakizadeh, BM Stummann, H Lütken… - … Tissue and Organ Culture, 2010 - Springer
... 2007) and AtSERK3 is involved in the control of innate immunity (Heese et al. ... In addition, AtSERK1
has been shown to confer embryogenic competence in tissue culture (Hecht et al. ... Since then,
several SERK genes have been isolated from other plant species, such as Dactylis ... 
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G Erbs, A Molinaro, JM Dow… - … : Structure, Function and …, 2010 - Springer
... campestris (Xcc) induces an oxidative burst in culture cells of tobacco, no effects were seen with
LPS from the ... 17 Lipopolysaccharides and Plant Innate Immunity ... growth in LPS-treated leaves
indicates that prevention of HR does not increase the susceptibility of the plant tissue... 
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ME Cueno, Y Hibi, K Imai, AC Laurena… - Transgenic research, 2010 - Springer
... 171:281–289 Evans DA, Sharp WR (1983) Single gene mutations in tomato plants regenerated
from tissue culture... Annu Rev Plant Biol 54:605–627 Kanazawa S, Okamoto T, Peterlin BM (2000)
Tat ... Immunity 12:61–70 Karasev AV, Foulke S, Wellens C, Rich A, Shon KJ, Zwie ... 
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[PDF] from ajol.infoJ Liu, L He… - African Journal of Biotechnology, 2010 - ajol.info
... It oil has rich vitamins and shows capacity of enhancing human immunity (Wang et al.,
2007).In terms of oil production by woody species in the world, teaoil camellia valued equivalent
to ... The colonies were then cultured in liquid LB culture medium. ... Plant tissue DNA extraction ... 
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W Zeng, M Melotto… - Current Opinion in Biotechnology, 2010 - Elsevier
... EF-Tu), LPS, peptidoglycan (PGN) and Ax21 (activator of XA21-mediated immunity) from bacteria ...
are 50 times more potent to induce medium alkalinization of Arabidopsis cell culture than elf26 ...
and S. sclerotiorum seems to exploit open stomata for exiting the plant tissue at late ... 
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M Fahim, L Ayala‐Navarrete… - Plant biotechnology …, 2010 - Wiley Online Library
... This article reports for the first time engineered RNAi-mediated immunity in wheat against ... NIa
and pCMneoSTLS2 (Maas et al., 1997) carrying nptII as plant selectable marker ... The biolistics
and tissue culture protocols were large as previously described (Pellegrineschi et al ... 
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J Han, Q Choo, M Houghton… - US Patent App. …, 2010 - freepatentsonline.com
... FIG. 19 shows neutralization antibody titers for HCV types 2a, 1b, and 1a, as measured
with the HCV tissue culture system. FIG. 20 compares protective immunity against
HCV type 1a in chimpanzees vaccinated with E1E2. The ... 
CEN Guo-dong, LUO Peng-yi… - Drugs & Clinic, 2010 - en.cnki.com.cn
... 5, CHEN Rong1,2, WU Hong1(1.Center for Medicinal Plant Research, College of ... the State Ministry
of Education,Chongqing University, Chongqing 400044, China);Tissue Culture and Rapid ... xi,DUAN
Chuan-ren(Key Laboratory for Biomechanics and Tissue Engineering Under ... 
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S Rosales-Mendoza, RE Soria-Guerra… - Planta, 2010 - Springer
... dvbid/plague/index.htm Cornelius CL, Anderson QD, Schneewind O (2007) Protective immunity
against plague ... F (1962) A revised medium for rapid growth and bioassays with tobacco tissue
culture. Physiol Plant 15:473–479 Sambrook J, Fritsch EF, Maniatis T (1989) Molecular ... 
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D Kalthoff, A Giritch, K Geisler, U Bettmann… - Journal of …, 2010 - Am Soc Microbiol
... The rHA0 purification from green 320 plant tissue required the development of a new
protocol, as the adaptation of the purification 321 method used for rHA0 recovery
from animal cell culture (21) was not possible due to the 322 ... 
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X Zhu, J Caplan, P Mamillapalli, K Czymmek… - The EMBO …, 2010 - nature.com
... Using a genetically encoded calcium sensor Case12 (Souslova et al, 2007) in intact living tissue,
we show that NbCA1 silencing ... Our findings suggest that the NbCA1 activity is integrated into
cellular calcium signalling to modulate cell death during plant innate immunity... 
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D Arbelet, P Malfatti, E Simond-Côte… - Molecular Plant- …, 2010 - Am Phytopath Society
... of the fungus on its major host plant grapevine as well as on the model plant Arabidopsis
330 thaliana. ... and nystatin than colonies grown in liquid culture... tissue and could continue
during early penetration stages, the mutant hyphae generating 368 ... 
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... and their dual functions as modulators of host plant immunity... First step, P. infestans requires
living host cells for an early infection process that is followed by extensive necrosis of plant tissue
resulting in colonization and sporulation on the leaf surface (Kamoun and Smart, 2005 ... 
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... and their association with plants coincide with the cutaneous inoculation from the plant spine
in this ... With the onset of neutropenia, the Fusarium hyphae could invade local tissue and create
... With the use of liquid and solid culture media and the availability of direct sequencing ... 
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The plant can be further explored for its potential therapeutic uses. ... S. Protective effect of Cassia
occidentalis L. on cyclophosphamide-induced suppression of humoral immunity in mice ... 
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most other recombinant vaccines, plant-derived rHA0 also allowed an easy serological ...
M Sochocka, E Zaczynska, A Tabol… - International …, 2010 - Elsevier
... A lack of VSV replication by infected leukocytes (0–1 log TCID50-tissue culture infectious dose)
was ... 761 on the distribution of NF-κB and the development of innate immunity in human ... We
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... conferred different transformation frequencies under the same selection and culture conditions. ...
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... Similar to other alternative models,30 tissue culture of eye-bank eyes provides a method to
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... Tissue was eluted in 100 μl PCR water. ... A bacterial culture of measured optical density (OD 600 =
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... products can be collected during the processing of an animal, for instance during processing
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... One plant was dead during the treatment, and the other two plants showed ... the present study,
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... 3AB was also shown to inhibit oxidative stress-induced Phe ammonia lyase (PAL) activity in
Catharanthus roseus tissue culture (Berglund et ... Go ; David et al., 2009 Go ), poly(ADP-ribosyl)
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described previously ... mL, and 80 μ L per well was incubated in 96-well tissue culture plates ... 
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... the hypothesis that some of these genes might also contribute to plant immunity, which revealed ...
in regulating the further turnover of these compounds independent of plant defense (Fig. ...
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EP Rybicki - Plant Biotechnology Journal, 2010 - Wiley Online Library
... TGEV) subunit vaccine was an effective booster vaccine for systemic and mucosal immunity in
pigs ... of the authors—'An average yield of 24 mg of LecA per plant should produce 29 ... Single-cell
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Co 86032 and CoJ 64, suitable for tropical and subtropical regions of the country,
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alGuizhou Provincial Institute of Food Hygiene;The Immunity Regulation Effect of ... 
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