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Distinct association of an alphasatellite and a betasatellite with Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus in field-infected cucurbit
  • Sidra Anwar
  • Biology
  • Journal of General Plant Pathology
  • 25 March 2017
Leaf samples of Cucurbita pepo with yellow mosaic disease symptoms were collected in 2012. Rolling circle amplification and PCR amplification with begomovirus-specific primers confirmed the presenceExpand
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Identification of a new begomovirus infecting Duranta repens in Pakistan
Ornamental perennial plants may serve as reservoirs for viruses that infect field crops. Duranta repens is an ornamental shrub that frequently exhibits leaf curl symptoms typical of begomoviralExpand
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Sirtuins in Brain Aging and Neurological Disorders.
The many ways of aging have been and continue to be investigated. For this reason, over many years, several studies have resolved some of the genetic details underlying aging processes. It resultedExpand
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The genus Luteovirus from infection to disease
Luteoviruses are economically important plant viruses. Specifically, barley yellow dwarf virus is epiphytotic to almost all small-grain cereal growing areas. The disease cycle is complex. ThisExpand
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E-waste Reduction via Virtualization in Green Computing
This study focuses on need of E-waste reduction that support through virtualization to save over all expenditures on hardware resources that is costly and even after some time causes e-Waste. Expand
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Interleukin-6 (IL-6) as an inflammatory biomarker in patients with hepatobiliary cancers.
257 Background: IL-6 is an inflammatory cytokine that modulates growth and differentiation of tumor cells. The role of IL-6 as a biomarker in this cancer subset population remains questionable. We ...
The Role of Melanin in Skin Cancer.
Low melanin level in white skin results in many genetic alterations that activate oncogenes to form metastatic melanomas because of interaction with ultraviolet rays. These melanomas are uncommon,Expand
Association of Kenaf leaf curl betasatellite with Mesta yellow vein mosaic virus in naturally infected Malvastrum coromandelianum
  • Sidra Anwar
  • Biology
  • Tropical Plant Pathology
  • 3 January 2017
Weeds host viruses and, therefore, may act as virus reservoirs for cultivated plants. Malvastrum coromandelianum is a widespread non-cultivated species that exhibits yellow vein disease symptomsExpand