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Plant-Microbe Interaction: Transcriptional Response of Bacillus Mycoides to Potato Root Exudates

DOI :

10.3791/57606-v

July 2nd, 2018

July 2nd, 2018

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1Department of Molecular Genetics, University of Groningen

The goal of the protocol presented here is to study the transcriptomic response of endosphere-isolated Bacillus mycoides to potato root exudates. This method facilitates the identification of important bacterial genes involved in plant-microbe interactions and is in principle applicable to other endophytes and plants, with minor adjustments.

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