CBL7 paper finally published
On behalf of the entire ICPS research team, I am delighted to announce that our latest work on the role of the Ca2+ sensor CBL7 in coordinating the interaction between the root endophyte fungus Piriformospora indica and Arabidopsis thaliana has been accepted for publication in Plant, Cell & Environment.
This article represents a great achievement for our international consortium and our EIG Concert-Japan funded project that has been realized in the frame of the joint call “Food Crops and Biomass Production Technologies“. With the obtained results we contributed to deepen the current understanding on the molecular intricacies that govern beneficial plant–microbe interactions and, in the long run, help to contribute to a more sustainable agriculture.
You may also like to check the publication note on the webpage of the CBGP: https://short.upm.es/qmek1