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April 23
Magnaporthe oryzae Abp1, a MoArk1 Kinase-Interacting Actin Binding Protein, Links Actin Cytoskeleton Regulation to Growth, Endocytosis, and Pathogenesis

Lianwei Li and colleagues examine the fungal cell biology of Magnaporthe oryzae pathogenesis, demonstrating that Actin Binding Protein1 plays a central role, acting as a scaffold to physically connect actin patches with Actin Regulating Kinase1 and MoCAP1, thus linking actin assembly and endocytosis in a process essential to pathogenesis. 

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