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From: A glycine-rich protein MoGrp1 functions as a novel splicing factor to regulate fungal virulence and growth in Magnaporthe oryzae

Fig. 5

MoGrp1 can be co-immunoprecipitated with components of the spliceosome. a List of proteins co-immunoprecipitated with 3 × Flag-MoGrp1; b Immunoblot of the total protein (input) and those eluted from anti-FLAG M2 beads (elution) of strain CoFG9 expressing both the MoRse1-GFP fusion protein and the 3 × Flag-MoGrp1 fusion protein. Strain eRse1 expressing the MoRse1-GFP fusion was used as control. The MoRse1-GFP fusion protein and the 3 × Flag-MoGrp1 fusion protein were probed with an anti-GFP antibody and an anti-Flag antibody, respectively; c Immunoblot of the total protein (input) and those eluted from anti-FLAG M2 beads (elution) of strain CoFG1 expressing both the MoGar1-GFP fusion and the 3 × Flag-MoGrp1 fusion. Strain eGar1 expressing the MoGar1-GFP fusion was used as control. The MoGar1-GFP and the 3 × Flag-MoGrp1 fusion proteins were probed with an anti-GFP antibody and an anti-Flag antibody, respectively

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