Tri13 and Tri7 Determine Deoxynivalenol- and Nivalenol-Producing Chemotypes of Gibberella zeae
- T. Lee, Y. Han, Kook Hyung Kim, S. Yun, Yin-Won Lee
- BiologyApplied and Environmental Microbiology
- 1 May 2002
It is suggested that Tri13 and Tri7 are required for oxygenation and acetylation of the oxygen at C-4 during synthesis of NIV and 4-ANIV in G. zeae.
Whole-genome sequencing and intensive analysis of the undomesticated soybean (Glycine soja Sieb. and Zucc.) genome
- M. Kim, Sunghoon Lee, Suk-ha Lee
- BiologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 3 December 2010
Data presented in this study suggest that the G. soja/G.
Double-Stranded RNA Mycovirus from Fusarium graminearum
Results suggest that this dsRNA isolated from F. graminearum encodes traits for hypovirulence, similar to Cryphonectria hypovirus and Barley yellow mosaic virus.
Molecular mapping and characterization of a single dominant gene controlling CMV resistance in peppers (Capsicum annuum L.)
It is shown that the Capsicum annuum cultivar ‘Bukang’ contains a single dominant resistance gene against CMVKorean and CMVFNY strains and this gene is named Cmr1 (Cucumber mosaic resistance 1), which is located at the centromeric region of LG2, a position syntenic to the ToMV resistance locus in tomatoes.
A versatile assay for the identification of RNA silencing suppressors based on complementation of viral movement.
- Jason Powers, T. Sit, F. Qu, T. J. Morris, Kook Hyung Kim, S. Lommel
- BiologyMolecular Plant-Microbe Interactions
- 5 June 2008
While the TCV-sGFP construct is primarily used as an infectious RNA transcript, it was also subcloned for direct expression from Agrobacterium tumefaciens for simple quantification of suppressor activity based on fluorescence levels in whole leaves, providing the flexibility to assay for suppressorActivity in either the cytoplasm or nucleus, depending on the construct employed.
Molecular variability and genetic structure of the population of soybean mosaic virus based on the analysis of complete genome sequences.
Complete nucleotide sequence of double-stranded RNA viruses from Fusarium graminearum strain DK3
- Jisuk Yu, Sun-Jung Kwon, Kyung-Mi Lee, Moonil Son, Kook Hyung Kim
- BiologyArchives of Virology
- 24 September 2009
Both the genome organization and phylogenetic analysis indicated that FgV3 was closely related to members of the families Totiviriridae and Chrysoviridae, but it was placed outside of their main clusters, whereas F gV4 formed a distinct clade with the family Partitiviridae.
Molecular characterization of a dsRNA mycovirus, Fusarium graminearum Virus-DK21, which is phylogenetically related to hypoviruses but has a genome organization and gene expression strategy…
- Sun-Jung Kwon, Won-Seok Lim, Sangho Park, Mi-Ri Park, Kook Hyung Kim
- BiologyMolecules and Cells
- 4 August 2009
This study suggests the existence of a new, as yet unassigned, genus of mycoviruses that exhibits a potex-like genome organization and sgRNA accumulation.
Phylogenetic and Recombination Analysis of Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus
The whole-genome sequences of 10 TSWV isolates recently identified from various regions and hosts in Korea are determined and analyses provide evidence that both recombination and reassortment have contributed to the molecular diversity of T SWV.
Type 2C Protein Phosphatase Is a Key Regulator of Antiviral Extreme Resistance Limiting Virus Spread
- Jang-Kyun Seo, Sun-Jung Kwon, W. Cho, Hongsoo Choi, Kook Hyung Kim
- BiologyScientific Reports
- 31 July 2014
Gain-of-function analysis of the most significantly expressed soybean PP2C gene showed that ABA-induced GmPP2C3a functions as a key regulator of Rsv3-mediated ER, suggesting that the primary mechanism of ER against viruses is the inhibition of viral cell-to-cell movement by callose deposition in an ABA signaling-dependent manner.