Eighty effectors have been previously identified in H. glycines (1-2). The mRNA sequences of these effectors were aligned to the H. glycines genome V1 to identify their genomic sources. Many of the functions of these effectors have been characterized, some of include: defense suppression, alterations of plant hormone signaling, epigenetic modification, metabolic manipulation, and cytoskeletal modifications (reviewed by 3-6).
Gene lists of effector names vs genomic gene names: effectors2genetable.rtf
Functional gene annotations and locations in gff format: 121effectoronlynewgenenamesgenegff.rtf
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