Comparative reactions of recombinant papaya ringspot viruses with chimeric coat protein (CP) genes and wild-type viruses on CP-transgenic papaya.

@article{Chiang2001ComparativeRO,
  title={Comparative reactions of recombinant papaya ringspot viruses with chimeric coat protein (CP) genes and wild-type viruses on CP-transgenic papaya.},
  author={C. H. Chiang and Jean Y. J. Wang and F. Jan and Shyi-Dong Yeh and Dennis Gonsalves},
  journal={The Journal of general virology},
  year={2001},
  volume={82 Pt 11},
  pages={
          2827-36
        }
}
Transgenic papaya cultivars SunUp and Rainbow express the coat protein (CP) gene of the mild mutant of papaya ringspot virus (PRSV) HA. Both cultivars are resistant to PRSV HA and other Hawaii isolates through homology-dependent resistance via post-transcriptional gene silencing. However, Rainbow, which is hemizygous for the CP gene, is susceptible to PRSV isolates from outside Hawaii, while the CP-homozygous SunUp is resistant to most isolates but susceptible to the YK isolate from Taiwan. To… Expand
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