The Malvastrum Yellow Vein Virus C4 Protein Promotes Disease Symptom Development and Enhances Virus Accumulation in Plants

@article{Jing2019TheMY,
  title={The Malvastrum Yellow Vein Virus C4 Protein Promotes Disease Symptom Development and Enhances Virus Accumulation in Plants},
  author={Chenchen Jing and Pengbai Li and Jiayuan Zhang and Rui Wang and Gentu Wu and Mingjun Li and Li Xie and Ling Qing},
  journal={Frontiers in Microbiology},
  year={2019},
  volume={10}
}
The begomovirus C4 protein is required for disease symptom development during virus infection in host plants. It can reprogram the cell cycle process for more efficient virus accumulation. In this study, we showed that the Malvastrum yellow vein virus (MaYVV) C4 protein could cause leaf up-ward curling and flower malformation, and increase virus accumulation in plants using PVX-based transient expression technology. We also demonstrated that, in the presence of its cognate betasatellite DNA… 

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