High-throughput sequencing of Hop stunt viroid-derived small RNAs from cucumber leaves and phloem.

@article{Martinez2010HighthroughputSO,
  title={High-throughput sequencing of Hop stunt viroid-derived small RNAs from cucumber leaves and phloem.},
  author={German Martinez and Livia Donaire and C{\'e}sar Llave and Vicente Pall{\'a}s and Gustavo Lucena G{\'o}mez},
  journal={Molecular plant pathology},
  year={2010},
  volume={11 3},
  pages={347-59}
}
Small RNA (sRNA)-guided processes, referred to as RNA silencing, regulate endogenous and exogenous gene expression. In plants and some animals, these processes are noncell autonomous and can operate beyond the site of initiation. Viroids, the smallest self-replicating plant pathogens known, are inducers, targets and evaders of this regulatory mechanism and, consequently, the presence of viroid-derived sRNAs (vd-sRNAs) is usually associated with viroid infection. However, the pathways involved… CONTINUE READING
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