Identification of Genes Directly and Indirectly Involved in the Insect Transmission of African Cassava Mosaic Geminivirus by Bemisia Tabaci

@article{Liu1999IdentificationOG,
  title={Identification of Genes Directly and Indirectly Involved in the Insect Transmission of African Cassava Mosaic Geminivirus by Bemisia Tabaci},
  author={Sijun Liu and Rob W Briddon and Ian D. Bedford and Marion S. Pinner and Peter G. Markham},
  journal={Virus Genes},
  year={1999},
  volume={18},
  pages={5-11}
}
The inability to transmit progeny virus resulting from the cloned components of an isolate of African cassava mosaic virus originating from Kenya (ACMV-K) has been shown to be due to defects in both genomic components. This was achieved by the production of infectious pseudorecombinants between ACMV-K and the cloned components of a whitefly-transmissible ACMV isolate originating from Nigeria (ACMV-NOg). The exchange of gene fragments between ACMV-K and ACMV-NOg has been used to demonstrate that… CONTINUE READING

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