Analysis of potato virus X replicase and TGBp3 subcellular locations.

@article{Bamunusinghe2009AnalysisOP,
  title={Analysis of potato virus X replicase and TGBp3 subcellular locations.},
  author={Devinka Bamunusinghe and Cynthia L Hemenway and Richard S Nelson and Anton A. Sanderfoot and Chang M Ye and Muniwarage A T Silva and Mark A Payton and Jeanmarie Verchot-Lubicz},
  journal={Virology},
  year={2009},
  volume={393 2},
  pages={272-85}
}
Potato virus X (PVX) infection leads to certain cytopathological modifications of the host endomembrane system. The subcellular location of the PVX replicase was previously unknown while the PVX TGBp3 protein was previously reported to reside in the ER. Using PVX infectious clones expressing the green fluorescent protein reporter, and antisera detecting the PVX replicase and host membrane markers, we examined the subcellular distribution of the PVX replicase in relation to the TGBp3. Confocal… CONTINUE READING
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