Tatyana N. Erokhina

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The subcellular localization of the hydrophobic TGBp3 protein of Poa semilatent virus (PSLV, genus Hordeivirus) was studied in transgenic plants using fluorescent microscopy to detect green fluorescent protein (GFP)-tagged protein and immunodetection with monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) raised against the GFP-based fusion expressed in E. coli. In Western blot(More)
In the positive-stranded RNA genome of beet yellows closterovirus (BYV), the 5'-terminal ORF 1a encodes a 295 kDa polyprotein with the domains of papain-like cysteine proteinase, methyltransferase (MT) and helicase (HEL), whereas ORF 1b encodes an RNA-dependent RNA polymerase. Eleven and five hybridoma cell lines secreting monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) were(More)
The Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) encoded NSm movement protein facilitates cell-to-cell spread of the viral genome through structurally modified plasmodesmata. NSm has been utilized as bait in yeast two-hybrid interaction trap screenings. As a result, a protein of unknown function, called At-4/1, was isolated from an Arabidopsis thaliana GAL4 activation(More)
Subcellular localization of the Poa semilatent virus cysteine-rich gammab protein was studied by using different approaches. In infected tissue, gammab was detected mainly in the P30 fraction as monomers, dimers and oligomers. Green fluorescent protein-fused gammab was found to localize in punctate bodies in the cytoplasm. Colocalization with marker(More)
The Nicotiana tabacum Nt-4/1 protein is a plant-specific protein of unknown function. Analysis of bacterially expressed Nt-4/1 protein in vitro revealed that the protein secondary structure is mostly alpha-helical and suggested that it could consist of three structural domains. Earlier studies of At-4/1, the Arabidopsis thaliana-encoded ortholog of Nt-4/1,(More)
Monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) specific to the methyltransferase (MT) and helicase (HEL) domains of the closterovirus Beet yellows virus (BYV) were used for immunogold labelling of ultrathin sections of virus-infected Tetragonia expansa plants. MAbs 4A2 and 4A5 from the MT panel, and 1C4 from the HEL panel, specifically labelled distinct closterovirus-induced(More)
In eukaryotic virus systems, infection leads to induction of membranous compartments in which replication occurs. Virus-encoded subunits of the replication complex mediate its interaction with membranes. As replication platforms, RNA viruses use the cytoplasmic surfaces of different membrane compartments, e.g., endoplasmic reticulum (ER), Golgi,(More)
ORF 1a of Beet yellows closterovirus (BYV) encodes the domains of the papain-like proteinase (PCP), methyltransferase (MT) and RNA helicase. BYV cDNA inserts encoding the PCP-MT region were cloned in pGEX vectors next to the glutathione S-transferase gene (GST). In a 'double tag' construct, the GST-PCP-MT cDNA was flanked by the 3'-terminal six histidine(More)
Originally isolated as a result of its ability to interact with the movement protein of Tomato spotted wilt virus in a yeast two-hybrid system, the 4/1 protein is proving to be an excellent tool for studying intracellular protein trafficking and intercellular communication. Expression of 4/1 in vivo is tightly regulated, first appearing in the veins of the(More)
In infected plant cells, closterovirus replicative polyproteins 1a and 1ab drive membrane remodeling and formation of multivesicular replication platforms. Polyprotein 1a contains a variable Central Region (CR) between the methyltransferase and helicase domains. In a previous study, we have found that transient expression of the Beet yellows virus CR-2(More)
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