Structure and Function of RXLR Effectors of Plant Pathogenic Oomycetes

  • William Morgan
  • Jorunn Bos
  • Catherine Bruce
  • Minkyoung Lee
  • Hsin-Yen Liu
  • Sang-Keun Oh
  • Jing Song
  • Joe Win
  • Carolyn Young
  • Sophien Kamoun
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Authors and Affiliations

  • William Morgan
    • 1
  • Jorunn Bos
  • Catherine Bruce
  • Minkyoung Lee
  • Hsin-Yen Liu
  • Sang-Keun Oh
  • Jing Song
  • Joe Win
  • Carolyn Young
  • Sophien Kamoun
  1. 1.Department of Plant PathologyOhio State University Ohio Agricultural Research and Development CenterWoosterUSA

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