Plants are subject to different biotic stresses and must resist these adverse biotic factors to adapt to their environment for better growth and development. There are many types of biotic stresses in nature, including plant pathogens, plant pests, and parasitic plants. Biotic stress not only affects the quality of crops and horticultural plants, but also causes serious yield reduction.
The molecular mechanism of plant response to biotic stress is a complex network regulatory process involving processes such as gene expression, substance accumulation and cascade network regulation. Therefore, metabolome-based technologies can explore the mechanisms involving multiple genes, signaling pathways and metabolic processes. The mechanisms of plant response to biotic stress are complex and involve multiple pathways in regulation. Screening for key core pathways is crucial to reveal plant responses to biotic stresses.
Creative Proteomics has built a metabolomics analysis platform that targets major metabolic pathways, identifies key regulatory factors, and analyzes biomarkers to accelerate the resolution of plant biotic stresses.