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Basic Information
CGSNL Gene Symbol _
Gene Symbol Synonym OsCERK1, CERK1, OsLysM-RLK9, Os-CERK1, Os-LysM-RLK9, OsLysMRLK9
CGSNL Gene Name _
Gene Name Synonym chitin elicitor receptor kinase 1, chitinelicitor receptor kinase-1, LysM receptor-like kinase 9
Protein Name
Allele oscerk1, Oscerk1
Chromosome No. 8
Explanation GO:0035556:intracellular signal transduction. GO:0061057: peptidoglycan recognition protein signaling pathway. GO:0036377: arbuscular mycorrhizal association. rice NFR1/LYK3 ortholog.
Trait Class Tolerance and resistance - Disease resistance
Expression
Sequence/Locus
cDNA Accession No. AK111766
MSU ID LOC_Os08g42580.1
LOC_Os08g42580.4
RAP ID Os08g0538300
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References
Wang C., Wang G., Zhang C., Zhu P., Dai H., Yu N., He Z., Xu L., Wang E.
Mol Plant 2017  10(4)  619-633
OsCERK1-Mediated Chitin Perception and Immune Signaling Requires Receptor-like Cytoplasmic Kinase 185 to Activate an MAPK Cascade in Rice.
Carotenuto G., Chabaud M., Miyata K., Capozzi M., Takeda N., Kaku H., Shibuya N., Nakagawa T., Barker D.G., Genre A.
New Phytol. 2017  214(4)  1440-1446
The rice LysM receptor-like kinase OsCERK1 is required for the perception of short-chain chitin oligomers in arbuscular mycorrhizal signaling.
Yamada K., Yamaguchi K., Yoshimura S., Terauchi A., Kawasaki T.
Plant Cell Physiol. 2017   
Conservation of chitin-induced MAPK signaling pathways in rice and Arabidopsis.
Li Z., Ao Y., Feng D., Liu J., Wang J., Wang H.B., Liu B.
Rice (N Y) 2017  10(1)  6
OsRLCK 57, OsRLCK107 and OsRLCK118 Positively Regulate Chitin- and PGN-Induced Immunity in Rice.
Akamatsu A., Shimamoto K., Kawano Y.
Curr. Genomics 2016  17(4)  297-307
Crosstalk of Signaling Mechanisms Involved in Host Defense and Symbiosis Against Microorganisms in Rice.
Miyata K., Hayafune M., Kobae Y., Kaku H., Nishizawa Y., Masuda Y., Shibuya N., Nakagawa T.
Plant Cell Physiol. 2016   
Evaluation of the Role of the LysM Receptor-Like Kinase, OsNFR5/OsRLK2 for AM Symbiosis in Rice.
Akamatsu A., Uno K., Kato M., Wong H.L., Shimamoto K., Kawano Y.
Plant Signal Behav 2015  10(7)  e1044702
New insights into the dimerization of small GTPase Rac/ROP guanine nucleotide exchange factors in rice.
Ao Y., Li Z., Feng D., Xiong F., Liu J., Li J.F., Wang M., Wang J., Liu B., Wang H.B.
Plant J. 2014   
OsCERK1 and OsRLCK176 play important roles in peptidoglycan and chitin signaling in rice innate immunity.
Miyata K., Kozaki T., Kouzai Y., Ozawa K., Ishii K., Asamizu E., Okabe Y., Umehara Y., Miyamoto A., Kobae Y., Akiyama K., Kaku H., Nishizawa Y., Shibuya N., Nakagawa T.
Plant Cell Physiol. 2014  55(11)  1864-72
The Bifunctional Plant Receptor, OsCERK1, Regulates Both Chitin-Triggered Immunity and Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Symbiosis in Rice.
Kouzai Y., Mochizuki S., Nakajima K., Desaki Y., Hayafune M., Miyazaki H., Yokotani N., Ozawa K., Minami E., Kaku H., Shibuya N., Nishizawa Y.
Mol. Plant Microbe Interact. 2014  27(9)  975-82
Targeted gene disruption of OsCERK1 reveals its indispensable role in chitin perception and involvement in the peptidoglycan response and immunity in rice.
Wang W., Xie Z.P., Staehelin C.
Plant J. 2014  78(1)  56-69
Functional analysis of chimeric lysin motif domain receptors mediating Nod factor-induced defense signaling in Arabidopsis thaliana and chitin-induced nodulation signaling in Lotus japonicus.
Hayafune M.a, Berisio R.b, Marchetti R.c, Silipo A.c, Kayama M.a, Desaki Y.a, Arima S.a, Squeglia F.b, Ruggiero A.b, Tokuyasu K.d, Molinaro A.c, Kaku H.a, Shibuya N.a
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 2014  111  E404-E413
Chitin-induced activation of immune signaling by the rice receptor CEBiP relies on a unique sandwich-type dimerization
Liu B., Li J.F., Ao Y., Li Z., Liu J., Feng D., Qi K., He Y., Zeng L., Wang J., Wang H.B.
Plant Signal Behav 2013  8(2) 
OsLYP4 and OsLYP6 play critical roles in rice defense signal transduction.
Yamaguchi K., Yamada K., Ishikawa K., Yoshimura S., Hayashi N., Uchihashi K., Ishihama N., Kishi-Kaboshi M., Takahashi A., Tsuge S., Ochiai H., Tada Y., Shimamoto K., Yoshioka H., Kawasaki T.
Cell Host Microbe 2013  13(3)  347-57
A receptor-like cytoplasmic kinase targeted by a plant pathogen effector is directly phosphorylated by the chitin receptor and mediates rice immunity.
Akamatsu A., Wong H.L., Fujiwara M., Okuda J., Nishide K., Uno K., Imai K., Umemura K., Kawasaki T., Kawano Y., Shimamoto K.
Cell Host Microbe 2013  13(4)  465-76
An OsCEBiP/OsCERK1-OsRacGEF1-OsRac1 Module Is an Essential Early Component of Chitin-Induced Rice Immunity.
Kawano Y., Shimamoto K.
Curr. Opin. Plant Biol. 2013  16(4)  496-504
Early signaling network in rice PRR-mediated and R-mediated immunity.
Kim S.H., Oikawa T., Kyozuka J., Wong H.L., Umemura K., Kishi-Kaboshi M., Takahashi A., Kawano Y., Kawasaki T., Shimamoto K.
Plant Cell Physiol. 2012  53(4)  740-54
The bHLH Rac Immunity1 (RAI1) Is Activated by OsRac1 via OsMAPK3 and OsMAPK6 in Rice Immunity.
Shinya T., Motoyama N., Ikeda A., Wada M., Kamiya K., Hayafune M., Kaku H., Naoto S.
Plant Cell Physiol. 2012  53(10)  1696-706
Functional characterization of CEBiP and CERK1 homologs in Arabidopsis and rice reveals the presence of different chitin receptor systems in plants.
Liu B., Li J.F., Ao Y., Qu J., Li Z., Su J., Zhang Y., Liu J., Feng D., Qi K., He Y., Wang J., Wang H.B.
Plant Cell 2012  24(8)  3406-19
Lysin Motif-Containing Proteins LYP4 and LYP6 Play Dual Roles in Peptidoglycan and Chitin Perception in Rice Innate Immunity.
Chen L., Hamada S., Fujiwara M., Zhu T., Nguyen Phuong Thao, Hann Ling Wong, Krishna P., Ueda T., Kaku H., Shibuya N., Kawasaki T., Shimamoto K.
Cell Host Microbe 2010  7(3)  185-96
The Hop/Sti1-Hsp90 chaperone complex facilitates the maturation and transport of a PAMP receptor in rice innate immunity.
Chen L.
Thesis 2010   
Rac/Rop Small GTPases in Rice Innate Immunity
Shimizu T., Nakano T., Takamizawa D., Desaki Y., Ishii-Minami N., Nishizawa Y., Minami E., Okada K., Yamane H., Kaku H., Shibuya N.
Plant J. 2010  64(2)  204-214
Two LysM receptor molecules, CEBiP and OsCERK1, cooperatively regulate chitin elicitor signaling in rice.
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Ontologies
Gene Ontology detection of molecule of fungal origin( GO:0032491 )
protein serine/threonine kinase activity( GO:0004674 )
ATP binding( GO:0005524 )
plasma membrane( GO:0005886 )
response to chitin( GO:0010200 )
transmembrane receptor protein kinase activity( GO:0019199 )
defense response to fungus, incompatible interaction( GO:0009817 )
defense response to bacterium( GO:0042742 )
response to peptidoglycan( GO:0032494 )
endoplasmic reticulum( GO:0005783 )
induction by symbiont of defense-related host reactive oxygen species production( GO:0052064 )
pathogen-associated molecular pattern dependent induction by symbiont of host innate immunity( GO:0052033 )
detection of symbiotic fungus( GO:0009603 )
response to symbiont( GO:0009608 )
response to symbiotic bacterium( GO:0009609 )
response to symbiotic fungus( GO:0009610 )
nodulation( GO:0009877 )
calcium-mediated signaling( GO:0019722 )
positive regulation of innate immune response( GO:0045089 )
defense response to fungus( GO:0050832 )
positive regulation of calcium-mediated signaling( GO:0050850 )
positive regulation of MAPKKK cascade( GO:0043410 )
Trait Ontology disease resistance( TO:0000112 )
bacterial disease resistance( TO:0000315 )
fungal disease resistance( TO:0000439 )
blast disease( TO:0000074 )
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Apr 30, 2019


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