Stunting induced by cucumber mosaic cucumovirus-infected Nicotiana glutinosa is determined by a single amino acid residue in the coat protein.

@article{Szilassy1999StuntingIB,
  title={Stunting induced by cucumber mosaic cucumovirus-infected Nicotiana glutinosa is determined by a single amino acid residue in the coat protein.},
  author={D{\'e}nes Szilassy and Katalin S{\'a}lanki and Ervin Bal{\'a}zs},
  journal={Molecular plant-microbe interactions : MPMI},
  year={1999},
  volume={12 12},
  pages={1105-13}
}
R-CMV, a subgroup II strain of cucumber mosaic cucumovirus (CMV) induces a very strong stunting response in Nicotiana glutinosa plants, while Trk7-CMV causes green mosaic in this host. The genetic determinant of this phenotype was mapped to a 534-nucleotide region at the 3' end of RNA3 with biologically active, full-length cDNA clones of R-CMV and Trk7-CMV and RNA3 chimeras of the two strains. Within this region, R-CMV differs from Trk7-CMV by a single amino acid at position 193 in the coat… CONTINUE READING
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