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The complete nucleotide sequence of a capsicum chlorosis virus isolate from Lycopersicum esculentum in Thailand
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The complete nucleotide sequence of a tospovirus isolated from Lycopersicum esculentum in Thailand was determined and it is proposed to refer to all these different viruses as isolates of CaCV.
Molecular characterization and detection of Vicia cryptic virus in different Vicia faba cultivars
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Analysis of double-stranded RNAs from Vicia faba revealed conserved motifs, which correlate with the phylogenetic clustering of the family Partitiviridae, which correlates with the complete VCV genome.
Discovering and sequencing new plant viral genomes by next‐generation sequencing: description of a practical pipeline
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The fundamental steps required for discovering and sequencing new plant viral genomes by NGS are described and a practical pipeline and standard alternative tools used in NGS analysis are presented.
Complete genome sequence of a putative new secovirus infecting yam (Dioscorea) plants
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The complete genome sequence of a new virus infecting yam plants exhibiting mosaic symptom in Brazil was determined and the tentative name “dioscorea mosaic-associated virus” (DMaV) is proposed.
A novel vitivirus-like sequence found in Arracacia xanthorrhiza plants by high throughput sequencing
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The complete genome of a new vitivirus-like sequence that was found in arracacha (Arracacia xanthorrhiza) plants is described using HTS technology and represents a novel species in this taxon.
Reference Gene Selection for qPCR Analysis in Tomato-Bipartite Begomovirus Interaction and Validation in Additional Tomato-Virus Pathosystems
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Ten reference genes were analyzed across a set of eight samples and TIP41 and EF1 were identified as the most stable genes for tomato-ToCMoV pathosystem, and selected to be used as reference in the forthcoming expression qPCR analysis of target genes in experimental conditions involving the aforementioned tomato-virus pathos system.
The Crumbs_C isoform of Drosophila shows tissue- and stage-specific expression and prevents light-dependent retinal degeneration
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Loss of Crb_C, one protein isoform encoded by Drosophila crumbs, results in light-dependent retinal degeneration, but does not affect any of the other crumbs-specific functions.
Fluorescence in situ hybridization analysis of endosymbiont genera reveals novel infection patterns in a tomato-infesting Bemisia tabaci population from Brazil
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This work confirmed the vertical transmission of “Candidatus Portiera” and the localization of secondary endosymbionts in distinct B. tabaci developmental stages and reinforced the notion that endosYmbiont infection pattern may vary according to the insect population, gender, developmental stage, and geographic origin.
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