The 2b protein of cucumoviruses has a role in promoting the cell-to-cell movement of pseudorecombinant viruses.


Pseudorecombinant viruses (i.e., those containing a reassorted genome of closely related multipartite viruses) are often not as competitive as the parental viruses. The role of the 2b gene in hypervirulence and maintenance of a progressive infection was assessed in a pseudorecombinant virus formed between RNAs 1 plus 2 of Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) and RNA… (More)


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