Tan, Zhongyang; Gibbs, Adrian; Tomitaka, Yasuhiro; Sanchez, Flora; Ponz, Fernando; Ohshima, Kazusato
The genetic basis for virulence in potyviruses is largely unknown. Earlier studies showed that there are two host types of Turnip mosaic virus (TuMV); the Brassical Raphanus (BR)-host type infects both Brassica and Raphanus systemically, whereas the Brassica (B)-host type infects Brassica fully and systemically, but not Raphanus. The genetic basis of this difference has been explored by using the progeny of an infectious clone, p35Tunos; this clone is derived from the UK1 isolate, which is of...[Show more]
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