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A new receptor for LPS

A surface-localized lectin S-domain receptor kinase confers recognition of lipopolysaccharide in plants.

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Figure 1: The recognition of LPS in mammals and plants.

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Zipfel, C. A new receptor for LPS. Nat Immunol 16, 340–341 (2015).

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