Superinfection exclusion by Citrus tristeza virus does not correlate with the production of viral small RNAs.

@article{Folimonova2014SuperinfectionEB,
  title={Superinfection exclusion by Citrus tristeza virus does not correlate with the production of viral small RNAs.},
  author={Svetlana Y Folimonova and Scott J. Harper and Michael T. Leonard and E. W. Triplett and Turksen Shilts},
  journal={Virology},
  year={2014},
  volume={468-470},
  pages={
          462-471
        }
}
Superinfection exclusion (SIE), a phenomenon in which a preexisting viral infection prevents a secondary infection with the same or closely related virus, has been described for different viruses, including important pathogens of humans, animals, and plants. Several mechanisms acting at various stages of the viral life cycle have been proposed to explain SIE. Most cases of SIE in plant virus systems were attributed to induction of RNA silencing, a host defense mechanism that is mediated by… CONTINUE READING

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