Marjolaine Ventelon-Debout

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We have used two-dimensional gel electrophoresis with mass spectrometry analysis to study the temporal patterns of protein expression during RYMV (Rice yellow mottle virus) infection in rice cells of two cultivars: IR64, Oryza sativa indica, susceptible, and Azucena, O. sativa japonica, partially resistant to RYMV. Proteomic analysis of nonstressed and RYMV(More)
Several cDNA libraries were constructed using mRNA isolated from roots, panicles, cell suspensions and leaves of non-stressed Oryza sativa indica (IR64) and japonica (Azucena) plants, from wounded leaves, and from leaves of both cultivars inoculated with Rice Yellow Mottle Virus (RYMV). A total of 5549 cleaned expressed sequence tags (ESTs) were generated(More)
BACKGROUND The effects of viral infection involve concomitant plant gene variations and cellular changes. A simple system is required to assess the complexity of host responses to viral infection. The genome of the Rice yellow mottle virus (RYMV) is a single-stranded RNA with a simple organisation. It is the most well-known monocotyledon virus model.(More)
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