Quantitative expression analysis of a Glyptapanteles indiensis polydnavirus protein tyrosine phosphatase gene in its natural lepidopteran host, Lymantria dispar

@article{Chen2003QuantitativeEA,
  title={Quantitative expression analysis of a Glyptapanteles indiensis polydnavirus protein tyrosine phosphatase gene in its natural lepidopteran host, Lymantria dispar},
  author={Y. Chen and P. Taylor and M. Shapiro and D. Gundersen-Rindal},
  journal={Insect Molecular Biology},
  year={2003},
  volume={12}
}
In the present study, expression of a newly identified Glyptapanteles indiensis polydnavirus (GiPDV) gene encoding a putative protein tyrosine phosphatase (PDVPTP) was monitored in vivo in the parasitized host, L. dispar, using one step RT‐PCR. Expression levels of the PDVPTP transcript were also evaluated in various host tissues at different times post parasitization (pp) using RT quantitative competitive PCR (RT‐qcPCR). Expression levels varied, with the most abundant transcript detected in… Expand
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