When plant virology met Agrobacterium: the rise of the deconstructed clones

@inproceedings{Peyret2015WhenPV,
  title={When plant virology met Agrobacterium: the rise of the deconstructed clones},
  author={Hadrien Peyret and G. P. Lomonossoff},
  booktitle={Plant biotechnology journal},
  year={2015}
}
In the early days of molecular farming, Agrobacterium-mediated stable genetic transformation and the use of plant virus-based vectors were considered separate and competing technologies with complementary strengths and weaknesses. The demonstration that 'agroinfection' was the most efficient way of delivering virus-based vectors to their target plants blurred the distinction between the two technologies and permitted the development of 'deconstructed' vectors based on a number of plant viruses… CONTINUE READING
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