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Table of Contents: November 2006

COVER

Systemic acquired resistence in wild type Arabidopsis

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Transcriptional reprogramming characterizes systemic acquired resistance in wild-type Arabidopsis plants. Upregulated genes are shown in red and downregulated genes in green. This reprogramming is dramatically blocked in the npr1 mutant, leading to enhanced disease susceptibility against multiple pathogens, including Pseudomonas syringae. WRKY transcription factors involved in this regulation are characterized. (See Wang et al)

Opinions

Anthrax, but Not Bacillus anthracis?

Richard Okinaka, Talima Pearson, Paul Keim

Research Articles

A Translocated Bacterial Protein Protects Vascular Endothelial Cells from Apoptosis

Michael C Schmid, Florine Scheidegger, Michaela Dehio, Nadège Balmelle-Devaux, Ralf Schulein, Patrick Guye, Cuddapah S Chennakesava, Barbara Biedermann, Christoph Dehio

Epitope Mapping and Topographic Analysis of VAR2CSA DBL3X Involved in P. falciparum Placental Sequestration

Madeleine Dahlbäck, Thomas S Rask, Pernille H Andersen, Morten A Nielsen, Nicaise T Ndam, Mafalda Resende, Louise Turner, Philippe Deloron, Lars Hviid, Ole Lund, Anders Gorm Pedersen, Thor G Theander, Ali Salanti

Potent Nonnucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors Target HIV-1 Gag-Pol

Anna Figueiredo, Katie L Moore, Johnson Mak, Nicolas Sluis-Cremer, Marie-Pierre de Bethune, Gilda Tachedjian

Falstatin, a Cysteine Protease Inhibitor of Plasmodium falciparum, Facilitates Erythrocyte Invasion

Kailash C Pandey, Naresh Singh, Shirin Arastu-Kapur, Matthew Bogyo, Philip J Rosenthal