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    1. Brunnert, HJ; Spener, F; Borchers, T
      PCR-ELISA for the CaMV-35S promoter as a screening method for genetically modified Roundup Ready soybeans

      EUROPEAN FOOD RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY
    2. Hunt, AG; Maiti, IB
      Strategies for expressing multiple foreign genes in plants as polycistronic constructs

      IN VITRO CELLULAR & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY-PLANT
    3. Hohn, T; Corsten, S; Dominguez, D; Futterer, J; Kirk, D; Hemmings-Mieszczak, M; Pooggin, M; Scharer-Hernandez, N; Ryabova, L
      Shunting is a translation strategy used by plant pararetroviruses (Caulimoviridae)

      MICRON
    4. Karsies, A; Hohn, T; Leclerc, D
      Degradation signals within both terminal domains of the cauliflower mosaicvirus capsid protein precursor

      PLANT JOURNAL
    5. Kloek, AP; Verbsky, ML; Sharma, SB; Schoelz, JE; Vogel, J; Klessig, DF; Kunkel, BN
      Resistance to Pseudomonas syringae conferred by an Arabidopsis thaliana coronatine-insensitive (coi1) mutation occurs through two distinct mechanisms

      PLANT JOURNAL
    6. Heil, M
      The ecological concept of costs of induced systemic resistance (ISR)

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
    7. Tsuge, S; Okuno, T; Furusawa, I; Kubo, Y; Horino, O
      Stabilization of cauliflower mosaic virus P3 tetramer by covalent linkage

      MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    8. Park, HS; Himmelbach, A; Browning, KS; Hohn, T; Ryabova, LA
      A plant viral "reinitiation" factor interacts with the host translational machinery

      CELL
    9. Petruccelli, S; Dai, S; Carcamo, R; Yin, YH; Chen, SY; Beachy, RN
      Transcription factor RF2a alters expression of the rice tungro bacilliformvirus promoter in transgenic tobacco plants

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    10. Stavolone, L; Herzog, E; Leclerc, D; Hohn, T
      Tetramerization is a conserved feature of the virion-associated protein inplant pararetroviruses

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    11. Takemoto, Y; Hibi, T
      Genes Ia, II, III, IV and V of Soybean chlorotic mottle virus are essential but the gene Ib product is non-essential for systemic infection

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    12. van Leeuwen, W; Ruttink, T; Borst-Vrenssen, AWM; van der Plas, LHW; van der Krol, AR
      Characterization of position-induced spatial and temporal regulation of transgene promoter activity in plants

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    13. Wolf, C; Scherzinger, M; Wurz, A; Pauli, U; Hubner, P; Luthy, J
      Detection of cauliflower mosaic virus by the polymerase chain reaction: testing of food components for false-positive 35S-promoter screening results

      EUROPEAN FOOD RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY
    14. Joersbo, M; Mikkelsen, JD; Brunstedt, J
      Relationship between promoter strength and transformation frequencies using mannose selection for the production of transgenic sugar beet

      MOLECULAR BREEDING
    15. Cummins, J
      Hazardous CaMV promoter?

      NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    16. Wang, YZ; Gaba, V; Wolf, D; Xia, XD; Zelcer, A; Gal-On, A
      Identification of a novel plant virus promoter using a potyvirus infectious clone

      VIRUS GENES
    17. Yueh, A; Schneider, RJ
      Translation by ribosome shunting on adenovirus and hsp70 mRNAs facilitatedby complementarity to 18S rRNA

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    18. Ioannidou, D; Lett, JM; Pinel, A; Assigbetse, K; Brugidou, C; Ghesquiere, A; Nicole, M; Fargette, D
      Responses of Oryza sativa japonica sub-species to infection with Rice yellow mottle virus

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    19. Schnurr, JA; Guerra, DJ
      The CaMV-35S promoter is sensitive to shortened photoperiod in transgenic tobacco

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    20. Arboleda, M; Azzam, O
      Inter- and intra-site genetic diversity of natural field populations of rice tungro bacilliform virus in the Philippines

      ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
    21. Perrier, JJ; Ho, MW; Morel, JB; Tepfer, M
      The new quarrel over GMOs

      BIOFUTUR
    22. Hemmings-Mieszczak, M; Hohn, T; Preiss, T
      Termination and peptide release at the upstream open reading frame are required for downstream translation on synthetic shunt-competent mRNA leaders

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    23. Covey, SN; Al-Kaff, NS
      Plant DNA viruses and gene silencing

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    24. Gruber, V; Theisen, M
      Genetically modified crops as a source for pharmaceuticals

      ANNUAL REPORTS IN MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY, VOL 35
    25. Tuominen, H; Puech, L; Regan, S; Fink, S; Olsson, O; Sundberg, B
      Cambial-region-specific expression of the Agrobacterium iaa genes in transgenic aspen visualized by a linked uidA reporter gene

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    26. Herzog, E; Guerra-Peraza, O; Hohn, T
      The Rice tungro bacilliform virus gene II product interacts with the coat protein domain of the viral gene III polyprotein

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    27. Vera, A; Daros, JA; Flores, R; Hernandez, C
      The DNA of a plant retroviroid-like element is fused to different sites inthe genome of a plant pararetrovirus and shows multiple forms with sequence deletions

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    28. Varrelmann, M; Palkovics, L; Maiss, E
      Transgenic or plant expression vector-mediated recombination of Plum pox virus

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    29. Lockhart, BE; Menke, J; Dahal, G; Olszewski, NE
      Characterization and genomic analysis of tobacco vein clearing virus, a plant pararetrovirus that is transmitted vertically and related to sequences integrated in the host genome

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    30. Hemmings-Mieszczak, M; Hohn, T
      A stable hairpin preceded by a short open reading frame promotes nonlinearribosome migration on a synthetic mRNA leader

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    31. Hugot, K; Aime, S; Conrod, S; Poupet, A; Galiana, E
      Developmental regulated mechanisms affect the ability of a fungal pathogento infect and colonize tobacco leaves

      PLANT JOURNAL
    32. Ishige, F; Takaichi, M; Foster, R; Chua, NH; Oeda, K
      A G-box motif (GCCACGTGCC) tetramer confers high-level constitutive expression in dicot and monocot plants

      PLANT JOURNAL
    33. Kohli, A; Griffiths, S; Palacios, N; Twyman, RM; Vain, P; Laurie, DA; Christou, P
      Molecular characterization of transforming plasmid rearrangements in transgenic rice reveals a recombination hotspot in the CaMV 35S promoter and confirms the predominance of microhomology mediated recombination

      PLANT JOURNAL
    34. Briddon, RW; Phillips, S; Brunt, A; Hull, R
      Analysis of the sequence of Dioscorea alata bacilliform virus; Comparison to other members of the badnavirus group

      VIRUS GENES
    35. Borja, M; Rubio, T; Scholthof, HB; Jackson, AO
      Restoration of wild-type virus by double recombination of tombusvirus mutants with a host transgene

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    36. Tsuge, S; Kobayashi, K; Nakayashiki, H; Mise, K; Furusawa, I
      Cauliflower mosaic virus ORF III product forms a tetramer in planta: Its implication in viral DNA folding during encapsidation

      MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    37. Leh, V; Jacquot, E; Geldreich, A; Hermann, T; Leclerc, D; Cerutti, M; Yot, P; Keller, M; Blanc, S
      Aphid transmission of cauliflower mosaic virus requires the viral PIII protein

      EMBO JOURNAL
    38. Sohal, AK; Pallas, JA; Jenkins, GI
      The promoter of a Brassica napus lipid transfer protein gene is active in a range of tissues and stimulated by light and viral infection in transgenic Arabidopsis

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    39. Kloti, A; Henrich, C; Bieri, S; He, XY; Chen, G; Burkhardt, PK; Wunn, J; Lucca, P; Hohn, T; Potrykus, I; Futterer, J
      Upstream and downstream sequence elements determine the specificity of therice tungro bacilliform virus promoter and influence RNA production after transcription initiation

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    40. Custers, JBM; Snepvangers, SCHJ; Jansen, HJ; Zhang, L; Campagne, MMV
      The 35S-CaMV promoter is silent during early embryogenesis hut activated during nonembryogenic sporophytic development in microspore culture

      PROTOPLASMA
    41. Guevara-Gonzalez, RG; Ramos, PL; Rivera-Bustamante, RF
      Complementation of coat protein mutants of pepper huasteco geminivirus in transgenic tobacco plants

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    42. Raybould, AF; Maskell, LC; Edwards, ML; Cooper, JI; Gray, AJ
      The prevalence and spatial distribution of viruses in natural populations of Brassica oleracea

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    43. Pooggin, MM; Futterer, J; Skryabin, KG; Hohn, T
      A short open reading frame terminating in front of a stable hairpin is theconserved feature in pregenomic RNA leaders of plant pararetroviruses

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    44. Cabauatan, PQ; Melcher, U; Ishikawa, K; Omura, T; Hibino, H; Koganezawa, H; Azzam, O
      Sequence changes in six variants of rice tungro bacilliform virus and their phylogenetic relationships

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    45. Aaziz, R; Tepfer, M
      Recombination in RNA viruses and in virus-resistant transgenic plants

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    46. Ullah, AHJ; Sethumadhavan, K; Mullaney, EJ; Ziegelhoffer, T; Austin-Phillips, S
      Characterization of recombinant fungal phytase (phyA) expressed in tobaccoleaves

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    47. MAHAJAN SK; CHISHOLM ST; WHITHAM SA; CARRINGTON JC
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A LOCUS (RTM1) THAT RESTRICTS LONG-DISTANCE MOVEMENT OF TOBACCO ETCH VIRUS IN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA

      Plant journal
    48. PETRZIK K; BENES V; MRAZ I; HONETSLEGROVAFRANOVA J; ANSORGE W; SPAK J
      STRAWBERRY VEIN BANDING VIRUS - DEFINITIVE MEMBER OF THE GENUS CAULIMOVIRUS

      Virus genes
    49. KOBAYASHI K; TSUGE S; NAKAYASHIKI H; MISE K; FURUSAWA I
      REQUIREMENT OF CAULIFLOWER MOSAIC-VIRUS OPEN-READING-FRAME-VI PRODUCTFOR VIRAL GENE-EXPRESSION AND MULTIPLICATION IN TURNIP PROTOPLASTS

      Microbiology and immunology
    50. KOBAYASHI K; TSUGE S; NAKAYASHIKI H; MISE K; FURUSAWA I
      EVIDENCE FOR A DUAL STRATEGY IN THE EXPRESSION OF CAULIFLOWER MOSAIC-VIRUS OPEN-READING-FRAME-I AND OPEN-READING-FRAME-IV

      Microbiology and immunology
    51. KOBAYASHI K; NAKAYASHIKI H; TSUGE S; MISE K; FURUSAWA I
      ACCUMULATION KINETICS OF VIRAL GENE-PRODUCTS IN CAULIFLOWER MOSAIC-VIRUS-INFECTED TURNIP PROTOPLASTS

      Microbiology and immunology
    52. CERRITELLI SM; FEDOROFF OY; REID BR; CROUCH RJ
      A COMMON 40 AMINO-ACID MOTIF IN EUKARYOTIC RNASES H1 AND CAULIMOVIRUSORF-VI PROTEINS BINDS TO DUPLEX RNAS

      Nucleic acids research
    53. MRAZ I; PETRZIK K; SIP M; FRANOVAHONETSLEGROVA J
      VARIABILITY IN COAT PROTEIN-SEQUENCE HOMOLOGY AMONG AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN SOURCES OF STRAWBERRY VEIN BANDING VIRUS

      Plant disease
    54. Maiti, IB; Richins, RD; Shepherd, RJ
      Gene expression regulated by gene VI of caulimovirus: transactivation of downstream genes of transcripts by gene VI of peanut chlorotic streak virus in transgenic tobacco

      VIRUS RESEARCH
    55. CHAVANNE F; ZHANG DX; LIAUD MF; CERFF R
      STRUCTURE AND EVOLUTION OF CYCLOPS - A NOVEL GIANT RETROTRANSPOSON OFTHE TY3 GYPSY FAMILY HIGHLY AMPLIFIED IN PEA AND OTHER LEGUME SPECIES/

      Plant molecular biology
    56. Leech, MJ; May, K; Hallard, D; Verpoorte, R; De Luca, V; Christou, P
      Expression of two consecutive genes of a secondary metabolic pathway in transgenic tobacco: molecular diversity influences levels of expression and product accumulation

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    57. ALKAFF NS; COVEY SN; KREIKE MM; PAGE AM; PINDER R; DALE PJ
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL AND POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL PLANT GENE SILENCING IN RESPONSE TO A PATHOGEN

      Science
    58. Tepfer, M
      Safe utilisation of transgenic virus-resistant plants

      PHYTOPROTECTION
    59. YANG CH; HO GD
      RESISTANCE AND SUSCEPTIBILITY OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA TO BACTERIAL WILT CAUSED BY RALSTONIA-SOLANACEARUM

      Phytopathology
    60. CHENG CP; TZAFRIR I; LOCKHART BEL; OLSZEWSKI NE
      TUBULES CONTAINING VIRIONS ARE PRESENT IN PLANT-TISSUES INFECTED WITHCOMMELINA YELLOW MOTTLE BADNAVIRUS

      Journal of General Virology
    61. Noad, RJ; Al-Kaff, NS; Turner, DS; Covey, SN
      Analysis of polypurine tract-associated DNA plus-strand priming in vivo utilizing a plant pararetroviral vector carrying redundant ectopic priming elements

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    62. VITHA S; PHILLIPS JP; GARTLAND JS; GARTLAND KMA; BENES K; ELLIOTT MC
      ACTIVITY OF BETA-GLUCURONIDASE IN ROOT-TIPS OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF TRANSGENIC SUGAR-BEET PLANTS

      Biologia plantarum
    63. TANG WJ; LEISNER S
      METHYLATION OF NONINTEGRATED MULTIPLE COPY DNA IN PLANTS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    64. MAITI IB; SHEPHERD RJ
      ISOLATION AND EXPRESSION ANALYSIS OF PEANUT CHLOROTIC STREAK CAULIMOVIRUS (PCISV) FULL-LENGTH TRANSCRIPT (FLT) PROMOTER IN TRANSGENIC PLANTS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    65. Bedford, ID; Kelly, A; Banks, GK; Fuog, D; Markham, PG
      The effect of Pymetrozine, a feeding inhibitor of Homoptera, in preventingtransmission of cauliflower mosaic caulimovirus by the aphid species Myzuspersicae (Sulzer)

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    66. MATSUOKA Y; TSUNEWAKI K
      PRESENCE OF WHEAT RETROTRANSPOSONS IN GRAMINEAE SPECIES AND THE ORIGIN OF WHEAT RETROTRANSPOSON FAMILIES

      Genes & genetic systems
    67. ROBERTS AG; CRUZ SS; ROBERTS IM; PRIOR DAM; TURGEON R; OPARKA KJ
      PHLOEM UNLOADING IN SINK LEAVES OF NICOTIANA-BENTHAMIANA - COMPARISONOF A FLUORESCENT SOLUTE WITH A FLUORESCENT VIRUS

      The Plant cell
    68. NAM J; MATTHYSSE AG; GELVIN SB
      DIFFERENCES IN SUSCEPTIBILITY OF ARABIDOPSIS ECOTYPES TO CROWN GALL DISEASE MAY RESULT FROM A DEFICIENCY IN T-DNA INTEGRATION

      The Plant cell
    69. GATZ C
      CHEMICAL CONTROL OF GENE-EXPRESSION

      Annual review of plant physiology and plant molecular biology
    70. WIDMER F; SEIDLER RJ; DONEGAN KK; REED GL
      QUANTIFICATION OF TRANSGENIC PLANT MARKER GENE PERSISTENCE IN THE FIELD

      Molecular ecology
    71. LARTEY R; GHOSHROY S; HO J; CITOVSKY V
      MOVEMENT AND SUBCELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF A TOBAMOVIRUS IN ARABIDOPSIS

      Plant journal
    72. NOZUE K; KANEGAE T; WADA M
      A FULL-LENGTH TY3 GYPSY-TYPE RETROTRANSPOSON IN THE FERN ADIANTUM/

      Journal of plant research
    73. HOHN T; FUTTERER J
      THE PROTEINS AND FUNCTIONS OF PLANT PARARETROVIRUSES - KNOWNS AND UNKNOWNS

      Critical reviews in plant sciences
    74. SCHMIDTPUCHTA W; DOMINGUEZ D; LEWETAG D; HOHN T
      PLANT RIBOSOME SHUNTING IN-VITRO

      Nucleic acids research
    75. VANDERFITS L; MEMELINK J
      COMPARISON OF THE ACTIVITIES OF CAMV 35S AND FMV 34S PROMOTER DERIVATIVES IN CATHARANTHUS-ROSEUS CELLS TRANSIENTLY AND STABLY TRANSFORMED BY PARTICLE BOMBARDMENT

      Plant molecular biology
    76. JACQUOT E; KELLER M; YOT P
      A SHORT BASIC DOMAIN SUPPORTS A NUCLEIC ACID-BINDING ACTIVITY IN THE RICE TUNGRO BACILLIFORM VIRUS OPEN READING FRAME-2 PRODUCT

      Virology
    77. RICHERTPOGGELER KR; SHEPHERD RJ
      PETUNIA VEIN-CLEARING VIRUS - A PLANT PARARETROVIRUS WITH THE CORE SEQUENCES FOR AN INTEGRASE FUNCTION

      Virology
    78. TZAFRIR I; AYALANAVARRETE L; LOCKHART BEL; OLSZEWSKI NE
      THE N-TERMINAL PORTION OF THE 216-KDA POLYPROTEIN OF COMMELINA YELLOWMOTTLE BADNAVIRUS IS REQUIRED FOR VIRUS MOVEMENT BUT NOT FOR REPLICATION

      Virology
    79. LAPORTE MM; GALAGAN JA; SHAPIRO JA; BOERSIG MR; SHEWMAKER CK; SHARKEY TD
      SUCROSE-PHOSPHATE SYNTHASE ACTIVITY AND YIELD ANALYSIS OF TOMATO PLANTS TRANSFORMED WITH MAIZE SUCROSE-PHOSPHATE SYNTHASE

      Planta
    80. BASZCZYNSKI CL; BARBOUR E; ZEKA BL; MADDOCK SE; SWENSON JL
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A GENOMIC CLONE FOR A MAIZE DNAJ-RELATED GENE, ZMDJ1, AND EXPRESSION ANALYSIS OF ITS PROMOTER IN TRANSGENIC PLANTS

      Maydica
    81. SCHAAD MC; LELLIS AD; CARRINGTON JC
      VPG OF TOBACCO ETCH POTYVIRUS IS A HOST GENOTYPE-SPECIFIC DETERMINANTFOR LONG-DISTANCE MOVEMENT

      Journal of virology
    82. FUTTERER J; ROTHNIE HM; HOHN T; POTRYKUS I
      RICE TUNGRO BACILLIFORM VIRUS OPEN READING FRAME-II AND FRAME-III ARETRANSLATED FROM POLYCISTRONIC PREGENOMIC RNA BY LEAKY SCANNING

      Journal of virology
    83. OARD JH; LINSCOMBE SD; BRAVERMAN MP; JODARI F; BLOUIN DC; LEECH M; KOHLI A; VAIN P; COOLEY JC; CHRISTOU P
      DEVELOPMENT, FIELD-EVALUATION, AND AGRONOMIC PERFORMANCE OF TRANSGENIC HERBICIDE-RESISTANT RICE

      Molecular breeding
    84. LEE JM; HARTMAN GL; DOMIER LL; BENT AF
      IDENTIFICATION AND MAP LOCATION OF TTR1, A SINGLE-LOCUS IN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA THAT CONFERS TOLERANCE TO TOBACCO RINGSPOT NEPOVIRUS

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    85. POULSEN GB
      GENETIC-TRANSFORMATION OF BRASSICA

      Plant breeding
    86. FECKER LE; KAUFMANN A; COMMANDEUR U; COMMANDEUR J; KOENIG R; BURGERMEISTER W
      EXPRESSION OF SINGLE-CHAIN ANTIBODY FRAGMENTS (SCFV) SPECIFIC FOR BEET NECROTIC YELLOW VEIN VIRUS COAT PROTEIN OR 25 KDA PROTEIN IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI AND NICOTIANA-BENTHAMIANA

      Plant molecular biology
    87. PIRONE TP; BLANC S
      HELPER-DEPENDENT VECTOR TRANSMISSION OF PLANT-VIRUSES

      Annual review of phytopathology
    88. HULL R
      MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY OF RICE TUNGRO VIRUSES

      Annual review of phytopathology
    89. EDSKES HK; KIERNAN JM; SHEPHERD RJ
      EFFICIENT TRANSLATION OF DISTAL CISTRONS OF A POLYCISTRONIC MESSENGER-RNA OF A PLANT PARARETROVIRUS REQUIRES A COMPATIBLE INTERACTION BETWEEN THE MESSENGER-RNA 3'-END AND THE PROTEINACEOUS TRANSACTIVATOR

      Virology
    90. CHENG CP; LOCKHART BEL; OLSZEWSKI NE
      THE ORF-I AND ORF-II PROTEINS OF COMMELINA YELLOW MOTTLE VIRUS ARE VIRION-ASSOCIATED

      Virology
    91. FISHER ML; KYLE MM
      INHERITANCE OF RESISTANCE TO POTYVIRUSES IN PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS L .4. INHERITANCE, LINKAGE RELATIONS, AND ENVIRONMENTAL-EFFECTS ON SYSTEMIC RESISTANCE TO 4 POTYVIRUSES

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    92. DONINI G; ALBANO M; FORLANI F; MADDALONI M; STASSE L; MOTTO M
      A MAIZE ENDOSPERM-SPECIFIC PROMOTER CAN BE USED AS A GENERAL-PURPOSE PROMOTER FOR HIGH-LEVEL GENE-EXPRESSION IN PLANTS

      Maydica
    93. FUTTERER J; POTRYKUS I; BAO YM; LI L; BURNS TM; HULL R; HOHN T
      POSITION-DEPENDENT ATT INITIATION DURING PLANT PARARETROVIRUS RICE TUNGRO BACILLIFORM VIRUS TRANSLATION

      Journal of virology
    94. CHEN G; ROTHNIE HM; HE XY; HOHN T; FUTTERER J
      EFFICIENT TRANSCRIPTION FROM THE RICE TUNGRO BACILLIFORM VIRUS PROMOTER REQUIRES ELEMENTS DOWNSTREAM OF THE TRANSCRIPTION START SITE

      Journal of virology
    95. FAN ZF; DAHAL G; DASGUPTA I; HAY J; HULL R
      VARIATION IN THE GENOME OF RICE TUNGRO BACILLIFORM VIRUS - MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF 6 ISOLATES

      Journal of General Virology
    96. MAS P; PALLAS V
      LONG-DISTANCE MOVEMENT OF CHERRY LEAF ROLL VIRUS IN INFECTED TOBACCO PLANTS

      Journal of General Virology
    97. BAULCOMBE DC; CHAPMAN S; CRUZ SS
      JELLYFISH GREEN FLUORESCENT PROTEIN AS A REPORTER FOR VIRUS-INFECTIONS

      Plant journal
    98. NI M; CUI D; EINSTEIN J; NARASIMHULU S; VERGARA CE; GELVIN SB
      STRENGTH AND TISSUE-SPECIFICITY OF CHIMERIC PROMOTERS DERIVED FROM THE OCTOPINE AND MANNOPINE SYNTHASE GENES

      Plant journal
    99. HULL R; COVEY SN
      RETROELEMENTS - PROPAGATION AND ADAPTATION

      Virus genes
    100. ARCEJOHNSON P; KAHN TW; REIMANNPHILIPP U; RIVERABUSTAMANTE R; BEACHY RN
      THE AMOUNT OF MOVEMENT PROTEIN PRODUCED IN TRANSGENIC PLANTS INFLUENCES THE ESTABLISHMENT, LOCAL MOVEMENT, AND SYSTEMIC SPREAD OF INFECTIONBY MOVEMENT PROTEIN-DEFICIENT TOBACCO MOSAIC-VIRUS

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions


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