Secretion secrets revealed: Pathogen effector characterization for a devastating plant disease

A recent study has discovered and characterized secreted proteins from the pathogen Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum. These proteins, called effectors, offer clues into the manipulation tactics this bacterium uses to subdue its plant host. The study found that these effectors can be present in both the plant and insect host.

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