NLRC5

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NLRC5

A gene on chromosome 16q13 that encodes a protein which is a putative regulator of NF-kappaB and type-I and -II interferon signalling pathways; it plays a role in homeostatic control of innate immunity and in antiviral defence.
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Analyzing the allelic relationship of three mutants derived from the cultivar Williams (NOD1-3, NOD4, and NOD2-4) and the En6500 mutant, Vuong et al.
Crosses of NOD1-3, NOD3-7, and NOD4 with Harosoy 63 as the male parent were made to develop hypernodulated lines that carried purple hypocotyls as visual markers.
It was confirmed that single recessive mutant genes were responsible for hypernodulating mutation in the NOD3-7 and NOD24 mutants, resembling the genetic control of mutant genes in the NOD1-3 and NOD4 mutants.
1] phenotype Cross([dagger]) ([Female] x [Male]) Nodulation Hypocotyl NOD2-4 x NOD1-3(*) hypernod purple NOD2-4 x NOD4(*) hypernod purple NOD2-4 x NOD3-7(*) hypernod purple NOD2-4 x En6500 hypernod purple NOD3-7 x NOD1-3 hypernod green NOD3-7 x NOD4 hypernod green NOD3-7 x NOD2-4 hypernod green NOD3-7 x En6500 hypernod purple [F.