Host-specific effect of P1 exchange between two potyviruses.

@article{Salvador2008HostspecificEO,
  title={Host-specific effect of P1 exchange between two potyviruses.},
  author={Beatriz Salvador and Pilar S{\'a}enz and Emilio Y{\'a}ng{\"u}ez and Jean Bernard Quiot and Laurence Quiot and Mar{\'i}a Otilia Delgadillo and Juan Antonio Garc{\'i}a and Carmen Sim{\'o}n-Mateo},
  journal={Molecular plant pathology},
  year={2008},
  volume={9 2},
  pages={147-55}
}
The potyviruses Plum pox virus (PPV) and Tobacco vein mottling virus (TVMV) have distinct host ranges and induce different symptoms in their common herbaceous hosts. To test the relevance of the P1 protein in host compatibility and pathogenicity, hybrid viruses were constructed in which the P1 coding sequence of PPV was completely or partially replaced by the corresponding sequences from TVMV. Infections induced by these chimeric viruses revealed that the TVMV P1 and a PPV/TVMV hybrid P1… CONTINUE READING