At-4/1, an interactor of the Tomato spotted wilt virus movement protein, belongs to a new family of plant proteins capable of directed intra- and intercellular trafficking.

@article{Paape2006At41AI,
  title={At-4/1, an interactor of the Tomato spotted wilt virus movement protein, belongs to a new family of plant proteins capable of directed intra- and intercellular trafficking.},
  author={Martina Paape and Andrey G. Solovyev and Tatyana N. Erokhina and Elena A Minina and Mikhail V. Schepetilnikov and Dietrich-E Lesemann and J. Schiemann and Sergey Yu Morozov and J W Kellmann},
  journal={Molecular plant-microbe interactions : MPMI},
  year={2006},
  volume={19 8},
  pages={874-83}
}
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 domain-tagged cDNA library. Using polyclonal antibodies against bacterially expressed At-4/1, Western blot analysis of protein extracts… CONTINUE READING
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