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Lectin-Mediated Resistance Impairs Plant Virus Infection at the Cellular Level[C][W][OA]
This work identifies jacalin-type lectin that is responsible for resistance to multiple plant viruses belonging to the genus Potexvirus. The isolation and characterization of this lectin sheds lightExpand
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Dramatic Transcriptional Changes in an Intracellular Parasite Enable Host Switching between Plant and Insect
Phytoplasmas are bacterial plant pathogens that have devastating effects on the yields of crops and plants worldwide. They are intracellular parasites of both plants and insects, and are spread amongExpand
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Fig mosaic emaravirus p4 protein is involved in cell-to-cell movement.
Fig mosaic virus (FMV), a member of the newly formed genus Emaravirus, is a segmented negative-strand RNA virus. Each of the six genomic FMV segments contains a single ORF: that of RNA4 encodes theExpand
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New Detection Systems of Bacteria Using Highly Selective Media Designed by SMART: Selective Medium-Design Algorithm Restricted by Two Constraints
Culturing is an indispensable technique in microbiological research, and culturing with selective media has played a crucial role in the detection of pathogenic microorganisms and the isolation ofExpand
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A necrosis-inducing elicitor domain encoded by both symptomatic and asymptomatic Plantago asiatica mosaic virus isolates, whose expression is modulated by virus replication.
Systemic necrosis is the most destructive symptom induced by plant pathogens. We previously identified amino acid 1154, in the polymerase domain (POL) of RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp) ofExpand
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Identification of three MAPKKKs forming a linear signaling pathway leading to programmed cell death in Nicotiana benthamiana
BackgroundThe mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) cascade is an evolutionarily ancient mechanism of signal transduction found in eukaryotic cells. In plants, MAPK cascades are associated withExpand
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Cell Death Triggered by a Putative Amphipathic Helix of Radish mosaic virus Helicase Protein Is Tightly Correlated With Host Membrane Modification.
Systemic necrosis is one of the most severe symptoms caused by plant RNA viruses. Recently, systemic necrosis has been suggested to have similar features to a defense response referred to as theExpand
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A replicase of Potato virus X acts as the resistance-breaking determinant for JAX1-mediated resistance.
Lectin-mediated resistance (LMR) has been suggested to comprise an uncharacterized branch of antiviral plant innate immunity. To unveil the feature of resistance conferred by jacalin-type lectinExpand
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Complete nucleotide sequence and genome organization of butterbur mosaic virus
Butterbur mosaic virus (ButMV), a member of the genus Carlavirus, was isolated from Japanese butterbur. Here we report the complete nucleotide sequence and genome organization of ButMV. The genome ofExpand
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Genetic heterogeneity found in the replicase gene of poinsettia mosaic virus isolates
The complete nucleotide sequences of five isolates of poinsettia mosaic virus (PnMV) from Japan (JN, JO1, JO2, JO4, and JO5) were determined. These isolates contained a single large open readingExpand
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