Camille Kerlan

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 Fourteen Potato virus Y (PVY) isolates representative of PVYO, PVYN, PVYNTN and PVYNW groups were characterised at genomic level. Restriction fragment length polymorphism study (RFLP) of each gene of these isolates and sequencing of the first 2700 nucleotides of two PVYNW isolates were performed. A mosaic structure was revealed in PVYNW and PVYNTN genomes,(More)
Potato virus Y (PVY) strain groups are based on host response and resistance gene interactions. The strain groups PVYO, PVYC and PVYN are well established for the isolates infecting potato in the field. A switch in the emphasis from host response to nucleotide sequence differences in the virus genomes, detection of isolates recombining sequences of(More)
The ordinary strain of Potato virus Y (PVY), PVY(O), causes mild mosaic in tobacco and induces necrosis and severe stunting in potato cultivars carrying the Ny gene. A novel substrain of PVY(O) was recently reported, PVY(O)-O5, which is spreading in the United States and is distinguished from other PVY(O) isolates serologically (i.e., reacting to the(More)
Potato virus Y (PVY) strains were originally defined by interactions with different resistance genes in standard potato cultivars. Five distinct strain groups are defined that cause local or systemic hypersensitive responses (HRs) in genetic background with a corresponding N gene: PVY(O), PVY(N), PVY(C), PVY(Z), and PVY(E). The nucleotide sequences of(More)
Ten PVY isolates representative of four PVY groups (YN, YNTN, YN-W, Y O), differing by their ability to induce reactions of vein necrosis on tobacco and tuber necrosis on potato, were studied in order to research the regions of the viral genome involved in these necrosis phenomena. The whole genome of these isolates was amplified in two fragments (4 063 and(More)
The Nc(tbr) and Ny(tbr) genes in Solanum tuberosum determine hypersensitive reactions, characterized by necrotic reactions and restriction of the virus systemic movement, toward isolates belonging to clade C and clade O of Potato virus Y (PVY), respectively. We describe a new resistance from S. sparsipilum which possesses the same phenotype and specificity(More)
PVY(N)-W is one of the variant populations of Potato virus Y (PVY). This variant is of concern in seed potato production and requires a specific diagnosis since it induces more or less symptomless infections and is not detectable easily in field inspections. Moreover, this variant is serologically indistinguishable from the common strain PVY(O). This study(More)
Based on the sequence polymorphism in the 5′ terminal part of the viral genome, a range of PVYN isolates were characterized by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) followed by restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP). Three pairs of primers selected in the 5′ non-translated and P1 protein region were tested. Two of them yielded PCR products of about 1Kb(More)
A collection of 38 PVY isolates from seed potato batches, originating from several Western European countries, was characterized by using current biological, serological and molecular tools differentiating PVY strains and groups. The correlation between the three kinds of tests was good but not absolute. No single serological or PCR method was able to(More)
Four detection techniques, three of which gave reliable identification of the virus particles, were used to locate potato leafroll virus (PLRV) in the alimentary canal of its main aphid vector,Myzus persicae Sulz: immunofluorescence on cryostat sections, conventional transmission electron microscopy on ultrathin sections and immune electron microscopy with(More)