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The Gene Ontology project in 2008
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The Gene Ontology (GO) project (http://www.geneontology.org/) is a collaborative effort to develop and use ontologies to support biologically meaningful annotation of genes and their products in a wide variety of organisms. Expand
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The Gene Ontology in 2010: extensions and refinements
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The Gene Ontology (GO) Consortium (http://www.geneontology.org) continues to develop, maintain and use a set of structured, controlled vocabularies for the annotation of genes, gene products and sequences. Expand
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Role of satellite RNA in the expression of symptoms caused by plant viruses.
Viral satellites have been defined classically as viruses or nucleic acids that depend on a helper virus for replication, are dispensable for the replication of the helper virus, and lack appreciableExpand
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Child Abuse: An Interdisciplinary Analysis
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The I gene of bean: a dosage-dependent allele conferring extreme resistance, hypersensitive resistance, or spreading vascular necrosis in response to the potyvirus Bean common mosaic virus.
The resistance to the potyvirus Bean common mosaic virus (BCMV) conferred by the I allele in cultivars of Phaseolus vulgaris has been characterized as dominant, and it has been associated with bothExpand
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Nucleotide sequence of the satellite of peanut stunt virus reveals structural homologies with viroids and certain nuclear and mitochondrial introns.
Peanut stunt virus-associated RNA 5 (PARNA 5), the satellite of a plant cucumovirus, is a linear RNA of 393 nucleotides with a 5' cap and a 3' hydroxyl group. Determination of its nucleotide sequenceExpand
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The Plant-Associated Microbe Gene Ontology (PAMGO) Consortium: community development of new Gene Ontology terms describing biological processes involved in microbe-host interactions
All microbes that form beneficial, neutral, or pathogenic associations with hosts face similar challenges. They must physically adhere to and/or gain entry to host tissues; they must avoid, suppress,Expand
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Double-stranded RNAs of cucumber mosaic virus and its satellite contain an unpaired terminal guanosine: implications for replication.
Terminal sequences of the double-stranded (ds) forms of RNAs 3 and 4 and the satellite RNA (CARNA 5) of cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) have been determined. The ds forms of both CARNA 5 and RNA 3Expand
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Programmed cell death in host-symbiont associations, viewed through the Gene Ontology
Manipulation of programmed cell death (PCD) is central to many host microbe interactions. Both plant and animal cells use PCD as a powerful weapon against biotrophic pathogens, including viruses,Expand
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Common and contrasting themes in host cell-targeted effectors from bacterial, fungal, oomycete and nematode plant symbionts described using the Gene Ontology
A wide diversity of plant-associated symbionts, including microbes, produce proteins that can enter host cells, or are injected into host cells in order to modify the physiology of the host toExpand
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