京都大学 植物病理学研究室
Laboratory of Plant Pathology, Kyoto University

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The paper reveals that atypical small chloroplasts present in plant epidermal cells act as defense-related motile organelles, deepening our understanding of the functions of epidermal chloroplasts.

We have published the paper:

Irieda H, Takano Y. Epidermal chloroplasts are defense-related motile organelles equipped with plant immune components. (2021) Nature Communications, 12:2739

The paper reveals that atypical small chloroplasts present in plant epidermal cells act as defense-related motile organelles, deepening our understanding of the functions of epidermal chloroplasts.

The articles on the NIS1 study appeared in a newspaper in Japan

The articles on the NIS1 study appeared in a newspaper in Japan

The paper focusing on the conserved fungal effector NIS1 has been published in Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.

The paper focusing on the conserved fungal effector NIS1 has been published in Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. The first author is Dr. Hiroki Irieda who is a former postdoctoral researcher in our lab and now an assistant professor at Shinshu Univ. in Japan. The second author is Dr. Yoshihiro Inoue who is a postdoctoral researcher in our lab.

The paper focusing on the relation of sugar transporter with plant immunity has been published in SCIENCE. The first author is Dr. Kohji Yamada in our lab (He is now an assistant professor at Tokushima Univ. in Japan).

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The paper focusing on the relation of sugar transporter with plant immunity has been published in SCIENCE. The first author is Dr. Kohji Yamada in our lab (He is now an assistant professor at Tokushima Univ. in Japan).
Dr.Kohji Yamada

The articles on the STP13 study appeared in newspapers in Japan

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The articles on the STP13 study appeared in newspapers in Japan

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