Our earlier publications have indicated the importance of protein secretion in the interaction between roots and
microbes . In this review, we highlight the more recent discoveries on proteins in the rhizosphere and how they are
used during plant-microbe communication. In addition, we include a survey of novel approaches to the study of the
rhizosphere, the dynamics and trends of proteomics in this decade and new opportunities to focus proteomic studies.
Therefore, the purpose of this review is to summarize the current literature looking at the interactions between roots and
soil microbes, with an emphasis on the exchange of proteins between organisms.
Keywords: Defense, interaction, microbes, proteomics, root exudates, symbiosis, Superoxide dismutase, Reactive oxygen species, Quadrupole time-of-flight, Posttranslational modifications, Pathogenesis related-protein, Plant-growth-promoting rhizobacteria, nodule-specific cysteine-rich, "Multidimensional protein identification
technology", Tandem mass spectrometry, Mass spectrometry, Matrix assisted laser desorption ionization, Liquid chromatography, "Isobaric tags for relative and absolute
quantification", "Hydrophilic-interaction liquid
chromatography", Collision-induced dissociation, Cleavable isotope-coded affinity tags, Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus
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