Segment W of Campoletis sonorensis virus: expression, gene products, and organization.

@article{Blissard1989SegmentWO,
  title={Segment W of Campoletis sonorensis virus: expression, gene products, and organization.},
  author={Gary W. Blissard and David A Theilmann and Max D. Summers},
  journal={Virology},
  year={1989},
  volume={169 1},
  pages={78-89}
}
Campoletis sonorensis virus (CsV, Polydnaviridae) is a segmented double-stranded DNA virus which has an apparently symbiotic relationship with the parasitic wasp, Campoletis sonorensis. CsV replicates in the oviducts of the parasitic wasp and is injected into the wasp's host, Heliothis virescens (Lepidoptera; Noctuiidae), during oviposition. In the parasitized lepidopteran host, the virus has a dramatic effect on host physiology and viral gene products are believed to play an essential role in… CONTINUE READING
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