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The simultaneous differentiation of Potato virus Y strains including the newly described strain PVY(NTN-NW) by multiplex PCR assay.
- M. Chikh Ali, T. Maoka, K. T. Natsuaki, T. Natsuaki
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of virological methods
- 1 April 2010
New recombinant strain and genotype of PVY, designated as PVY(NTN-NW) and SYR-III, respectively, shared properties with PVY(NTN) and PVY(N)W has been reported recently. PVY(NTN-NW) predominated in… Expand
PVYNTN‐NW, a novel recombinant strain of Potato virus Y predominating in potato fields in Syria
Detailed characterization of a number of isolates of PVYSYR, a novel recombinant strain of Potato virus Y (PVY) from Syria, was conducted to elucidate their origin, assess their significance and… Expand
Nucleotide sequence of the capsid protein gene of papaya leaf-distortion mosaic potyvirus
SummaryThe DNA complementary to the 3′-terminal 1 404 nucleotides [excluding the poly(A) tail] of papaya leaf-distortion mosaic potyvirus (PLDMV) RNA was cloned and sequenced. The sequence starts… Expand
The Occurrence and Characterization of New Recombinant Isolates of PVY Displaying Shared Properties of PVYNW and PVYNTN
Isolates of Potato virus Y (PVY), collected in Syria, induced vein necrosis in tobacco but reacted to PVY° monoclonal antibody, and were therefore classified as PVY N W (or PVY N:O ). The possible… Expand
The Occurrence of Potato Viruses in Syria and the Molecular Detection and Characterization of Syrian Potato virus S Isolates
Potato virus Y (PVY) is the main potato virus in Syria but no information is available on the prevalence of other potato viruses. A survey was conducted by ELISA using specific antibodies to nine… Expand
Whole Genome Sequence and Characterization of a Novel Isolate of PVY Inducing Tuber Necrotic Ringspot in Potato and Leaf Mosaic in Tobacco
In a previous study on a Syrian isolate of Potato virus Y (PVY), namely PVY-12, a point mutation in the coat protein (CP) was detected. This mutation caused the double reactivity of this isolate to… Expand
Diagnosis of Potato Mop-Top Virus in Soil Using Bait Plant Bioassay and RT-PCR-microplate Hybridization
- T. Nakayama, T. Maoka, +4 authors Motoyuki Mori
- American Journal of Potato Research
- 26 February 2010
Spraing (brown rings or arcs) of potato caused by Potato mop-top virus (PMTV) occurred in a field of Tokachi, Hokkaido, Japan in 2005. To monitor the expansion of spraing-affected areas, we developed… Expand
Application of cDNA Macroarray for Simultaneous Detection of 12 Potato Viruses.
A complementary DNA (cDNA) macroarray was developed for simultaneous detection of 12 different potato viruses. A suitable region in the viral genome for each was selected for Alfalfa mosaic virus,… Expand
A point mutation changes the serotype of a Potato virus Y isolate; genomic determination of the serotype of PVY strains
A Syrian isolate of Potato virus Y (PVY), named PVY-12, reacted to two monoclonal antibodies that are specific to PVYO,C and PVYN strains, although its coat protein (CP) belongs to the PVYN strain.… Expand
A New Strain of Sweet Potato Feathery Mottle Virus That Causes Russet Crack on Fleshy Roots of Some Japanese Cultivars of Sweet Potato.
A new filamentous virus (designated VC) was isolated from sweet potato plants that seemed to be tolerant to russet crack. It infected Ipomoea spp., Chenopodium quinoa and C. amaranticolor. Ipomoea… Expand