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Rapid, Highly Sensitive and Quantitative Molecular Assays for Investigating Virus-Host and Virus-Virus Interactions using Negative-Stranded RNA Viruses as a Model System.
A highly sensitive method was developed and used for determining virus levels and to study the movement and distribution of viruses in infected plants.
Genetic diversity among endogenous plant pararetroviral sequences from geographically diverse sources of dahlia (Dahlia spp).
Two distinct caulimoviruses, Dahlia mosaic virus (DMV) and Dahlia common mosaic virus (DCMV), and an endogenous plant pararetroviral sequence (DvEPRS) were reported in Dahlia spp. DvEPRS, previously referred to as DMV-D10, ...
Evaluation of the promoter activity of caulimoviruses associated with Dahlia spp by transient expression of the beta-glucoronidase gene (GUS)
One of the most common promoters used for constitutive gene expression was derived from a plant virus. The 35S promoter from Cauliflower mosaic virus (CaMV) drives high levels of transgene expression; directs constitutive ...