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A NAC Domain Protein Interacts with Tomato leaf curl virus Replication Accessory Protein and Enhances Viral Replication
- L. Selth, S. Dogra, M. Rasheed, H. Healy, J. Randles, M. A. Rezaian
- BiologyThe Plant Cell Online
- 1 January 2005
Evidence implicating SlNAC1, a new member of the NAC domain protein family from tomato, in Tomato leaf curl virus (TLCV) REn function is presented, suggesting that in healthy cells it functions as a transcription factor.
A monopartite begomovirus-associated DNA beta satellite substitutes for the DNA B of a bipartite begomovirus to permit systemic infection.
Heterologous betaC1 protein can replace the movement function of the DNA B of a bipartite begomovirus, and evidence is provided that tomato leaf curl virus-encoded C4 protein confers the same movement function to ToLCNDV DNA A.
Nucleotide sequence of a circular single-stranded DNA associated with coconut foliar decay virus.
New potato spindle tuber viroid and tomato leaf curl geminivirus strains from a wild Solanum sp
Three distinct viruslike agents were isolated from a wild, symptomless Solanum sp. suspected of being a natural reservoir of tomato leaf curl geminivirus. Two of these contained circular DNA genomes…
A two-dimensional electrophoretic technique for the detection of circular viroids and virusoids.
A proposed scheme for viroid classification and nomenclature
A consensus taxonomic proposal is presented that updates and expands the previous classification of viroids, which appeared in the Sixth Report of the ICTV and is open to discussion and suggestions.
Identification of sequence elements regulating promoter activity and replication of a monopartite begomovirus-associated DNA beta satellite.
- O. Eini, S. A. A. Behjatnia, S. Dogra, I. Dry, J. Randles, M. A. Rezaian
- BiologyThe Journal of general virology
The results indicate that interaction of the G-box motif with host nuclear factors is important for efficient gene expression and replication of DNA beta.
Host responses to transient expression of individual genes encoded by Tomato leaf curl virus.
The results reveal that a complex set of interactions between the TLCV gene products and host factors occurs in planta, and these are discussed in relation to the current understanding of TLCv gene function.
Variants of Coconut cadang-cadang viroid isolated from an African oil palm (Elaies guineensis Jacq.) in Malaysia
- G. Vadamalai, D. Hanold, M. Rezaian, J. Randles
- Biology, MedicineArchives of Virology
- 10 February 2006
These are the first sequences reported for variants of Coconut cadang-cadang viroid in a species other than coconut palm, and this is the first evidence that variants closely related to CCCVd occur outside the Philippines.