Cloning, expression analysis, and sequence diversity of genes encoding two different immunodominant membrane proteins in poinsettia branch-inducing phytoplasma (PoiBI).

@article{Neriya2011CloningEA,
  title={Cloning, expression analysis, and sequence diversity of genes encoding two different immunodominant membrane proteins in poinsettia branch-inducing phytoplasma (PoiBI).},
  author={Yutaro Neriya and Kyoko Sugawara and Kensaku Maejima and Masayoshi Hashimoto and Ken Komatsu and Nami Minato and Chihiro Miura and Shigeyuki Kakizawa and Yasuyuki Yamaji and Kenro Oshima and Shigetou Namba},
  journal={FEMS microbiology letters},
  year={2011},
  volume={324 1},
  pages={
          38-47
        }
}
Poinsettia branch-inducing phytoplasma (PoiBI) is a phytopathogenic bacterium that infects poinsettia, and is associated with the free-branching morphotype (characterized by many axillary shoots and flowers) of many commercially grown poinsettias. The major membrane proteins of phytoplasmas are classified into three general types, that is, immunodominant membrane protein (Imp), immunodominant membrane protein A (IdpA), and antigenic membrane protein (Amp). These membrane proteins are often used… CONTINUE READING

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