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Fig. 6 | Phytopathology Research

Fig. 6

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

Fig. 6

MoGrp1 is necessary for normal splicing of genes involved in infection-related morphogenesis. RT-PCR analysis on selected introns (marked with a star) of MoRAD6 and MST7, which were abnormally spliced in the ΔMogrp1 mutant kg1 in comparison with the wild-type strain P131. The amplified genomic DNA was used as the un-spliced control. The transcripts are presented with exons in black rectangles, UTRs in grey rectangles, and introns indicated by black lines. The PCR primers are marked with arrows

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