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Phylogenetic and Recombination Analysis of Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus
Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) severely damages and reduces the yield of many economically important plants worldwide. In this study, we determined the whole-genome sequences of 10 TSWV isolatesExpand
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Complete nucleotide sequence of double-stranded RNA viruses from Fusarium graminearum strain DK3
The complete genomes two different dsRNA mycoviruses, Fusarium graminearum virus 3 (FgV3) and Fusarium graminearum virus 4 (FgV4), was sequenced and analyzed. The viral genome of FgV3 is 9,098 baseExpand
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A Comparison of Transcriptional Patterns and Mycological Phenotypes following Infection of Fusarium graminearum by Four Mycoviruses
Many fungi-infecting viruses, which are termed mycoviruses, have been identified, and most do not cause any visible symptoms. Some mycoviruses, however, can attenuate the virulence of the infectedExpand
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Transmission of Fusarium boothii Mycovirus via Protoplast Fusion Causes Hypovirulence in Other Phytopathogenic Fungi
There is increasing concern regarding the use of fungicides to control plant diseases, whereby interest has increased in the biological control of phytopathogenic fungi by the application ofExpand
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Insight into mycoviruses infecting Fusarium species.
Most of the major fungal families including plant-pathogenic fungi, yeasts, and mushrooms are infected by mycoviruses, and many double-stranded RNA (dsRNA) mycoviruses have been recently identifiedExpand
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Five Questions about Mycoviruses
Mycoviruses are viruses that infect fungi. The first mycovirus was reported in 1962 from the cultivated mushroom, Agaricus bisporus; the infected mushrooms developed malformed fruiting bodies, grewExpand
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Genome-wide expression profiling shows transcriptional reprogramming in Fusarium graminearum by Fusarium graminearum virus 1-DK21 infection
BackgroundFusarium graminearum virus 1 strain-DK21 (FgV1-DK21) is a mycovirus that confers hypovirulence to F. graminearum, which is the primary phytopathogenic fungus that causes Fusarium headExpand
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Proteomic analysis of fungal host factors differentially expressed by Fusarium graminearum infected with Fusarium graminearum virus-DK21.
Fusarium graminearum virus-DK21 (FgV-DK21), which infects the plant pathogenic F. graminearum, perturbs host developmental processes such as sporulation, morphology, pigmentation, and attenuates theExpand
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Differential Contribution of RNA Interference Components in Response to Distinct Fusarium graminearum Virus Infections
ABSTRACT The mechanisms of RNA interference (RNAi) as a defense response against viruses remain unclear in many plant-pathogenic fungi. In this study, we used reverse genetics and virus-derived smallExpand
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Effects of the deletion and over-expression of Fusarium graminearum gene FgHal2 on host response to mycovirus Fusarium graminearum virus 1.
The mycovirus Fusarium graminearum virus 1 (FgV1) is associated with reduced virulence (hypovirulence) of Fusarium graminearum. Transcriptomic and proteomic expression profiling have shown that manyExpand
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