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    1. Jacquemond, M; Teycheney, PY; Carrere, I; Navas-Castillo, J; Tepfer, M
      Resistance phenotypes of transgenic tobacco plants expressing different cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) coat protein genes

      MOLECULAR BREEDING
    2. Maki-Valkama, T; Valkonen, JPT; Lehtinen, A; Pehu, E
      Protection against potato virus Y (PVY) in the field in potatoes transformed with the PVYP1 gene

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF POTATO RESEARCH
    3. Vaslin, MFS; Vidal, MS; Alves, ED; Farinelli, L; de Oliveira, DE
      Co-suppression mediated virus resistance in transgenic tobacco plants harboring the 3 '-untranslated region of Andean potato mottle virus

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    4. Scorza, R; Callahan, A; Levy, L; Damsteegt, V; Webb, K; Ravelonandro, M
      Post-transcriptional gene silencing in plum pox virus resistant transgenicEuropean plum containing the plum pox potyvirus coat protein gene

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    5. Tennant, P; Fermin, G; Fitch, MM; Manshardt, RM; Slightom, JL; Gonsalves, D
      Papaya ringspot virus resistance of transgenic rainbow and SunUp is affected by gene dosage, plant development, and coat protein homology

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
    6. Fischer, R; Emans, N; Schillberg, S
      Achieving plant disease resistance by antibody expression

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PHYTOPATHOLOGIE
    7. Sun, FC; Xiang, Y; Sanfacon, H
      Homology-dependent resistance to tomato ringspot nepovirus in plants transformed with the VPg-protease coding region

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PHYTOPATHOLOGIE
    8. Rovere, CV; Asurmendi, S; Hopp, HE
      Transgenic resistance in potato plants expressing potato leaf roll virus (PLRV) replicase gene sequences is RNA-mediated and suggests the involvementof post-transcriptional gene silencing

      ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
    9. Reddy, MSS; Ghabrial, SA; Redmond, CT; Dinkins, RD; Collins, GB
      Resistance to Bean pod mottle virus in transgenic soybean lines expressingthe capsid polyprotein

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    10. Canto, T; Palukaitis, P
      A cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) RNA 1 transgene mediates suppression of the homologous viral RNA 1 constitutively and prevents CMV entry into the phloem

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    11. Savenkov, EI; Valkonen, JPT
      Coat protein gene-mediated resistance to Potato virus A in transgenic plants is suppressed following infection with another potyvirus

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    12. Chiang, CH; Wang, JJ; Jan, FJ; Yeh, SD; Gonsalves, D
      Comparative reactions of recombinant papaya ringspot viruses with chimericcoat protein (CP) genes and wild-type viruses on CP-transgenic papaya

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    13. Solomon-Blackburn, RM; Barker, H
      Breeding virus resistant potatoes (Solanum tuberosum): a review of traditional and molecular approaches

      HEREDITY
    14. Timmerman-Vaughan, GM; Pither-Joyce, MD; Cooper, PA; Russell, AC; Goulden, DS; Butler, R; Grant, JE
      Partial resistance of transgenic peas to alfalfa mosaic virus under greenhouse and field conditions

      CROP SCIENCE
    15. Sivamani, E; Brey, CW; Dyer, WE; Talbert, LE; Qu, RD
      Resistance to wheat streak mosaic virus in transgenic wheat expressing theviral replicase (NIb) gene

      MOLECULAR BREEDING
    16. Magbanua, ZV; Wilde, HD; Roberts, JK; Chowdhury, K; Abad, J; Moyer, JW; Wetzstein, HY; Parrott, WA
      Field resistance to Tomato spotted wilt virus in transgenic peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) expressing an antisense nucleocapsid gene sequence

      MOLECULAR BREEDING
    17. Pang, SZ; Jan, FJ; Tricoli, DM; Russell, PF; Carney, KJ; Hu, JS; Fuchs, M; Quemada, HD; Gonsalves, D
      Resistance to squash mosaic comovirus in transgenic squash plants expressing its coat protein genes

      MOLECULAR BREEDING
    18. Maki-Valkama, T; Pehu, T; Santala, A; Valkonen, JPT; Koivu, K; Lehto, K; Pehu, E
      High level of resistance to potato virus Y by expressing P1 sequence in antisense orientation in transgenic potato

      MOLECULAR BREEDING
    19. van Boxtel, J; Thomas, CL; Maule, AJ
      Phylogenetic analysis of two potyvirus pathogens of commercial cowpea lines: Implications for obtaining pathogen-derived resistance

      VIRUS GENES
    20. Maki-Valkama, T; Valkonen, JPT; Kreuze, JF; Pehu, E
      Transgenic resistance to PVYO associated with post-transcriptional silencing of P1 transgene is overcome by PVYN strains that carry highly homologousP1 sequences and recover transgene expression at infection

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    21. Blair, CD; Adelman, ZN; Olson, KE
      Molecular strategies for interrupting arthropod-borne virus transmission by mosquitoes

      CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS
    22. Dominguez, A; Guerri, J; Cambra, M; Navarro, L; Moreno, P; Pena, L
      Efficient production of transgenic citrus plants expressing the coat protein gene of citrus tristeza virus

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    23. Vaira, AM; Berio, T; Accotto, GP; Vecchiati, M; Allavena, A
      Evaluation of resistance in Osteospermum ecklonis (DC.) Norl. plants transgenic for the N protein gene of tomato spotted wilt virus

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    24. Jozsa, R; Balazs, E
      Coat protein gene-mediated cross-protection in transgenic plants. II. Mechanisms and potential risks

      NOVENYTERMELES
    25. Jozsa, R; Balazs, E
      Coat protein gene-mediated cross protection in transgenic plants I. State for the art at the Millenium

      NOVENYTERMELES
    26. Murphy, JF; Zehnder, GW; Schuster, DJ; Sikora, EJ; Polston, JE; Kloepper, JW
      Plant growth-promoting rhizobacterial mediated protection in tomato against Tomato mottle virus

      PLANT DISEASE
    27. Sonoda, S; Nishiguchi, M
      Delayed activation of post-transcriptional gene silencing and de novo transgene methylation in plants with the coat protein gene of sweet potato feathery mottle potyvirus

      PLANT SCIENCE
    28. Ravelonandro, M; Scorza, R; Callahan, A; Levy, L; Jacquet, C; Monsion, M; Damsteegt, V
      The use of transgenic fruit trees as a resistance strategy for virus epidemics: the plum pox (sharka) model

      VIRUS RESEARCH
    29. Lopez-Moya, JJ; Fernadez-Fernandez, MR; Cambra, M; Garcia, JA
      Biotechnological aspects of plum pox virus

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    30. Taliansky, ME; Robinson, DJ; Murant, AF
      Groundnut rosette disease virus complex: Biology and molecular biology

      ADVANCES IN VIRUS RESEARCH, VOL 55
    31. Deom, CM; Naidu, RA; Chiyembekeza, AJ; Ntare, BR; Subrahmanyam, P
      Sequence diversity within the three agents of groundnut rosette disease

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    32. Ji, FM; Luo, LF
      A hypercycle theory of proliferation of viruses and resistance to the viruses of transgenic plant

      JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY
    33. Jan, FJ; Pang, SZ; Tricoli, DM; Gonsalves, D
      Evidence that resistance in squash mosaic comovirus coat protein-transgenic plants is affected by plant developmental stage and enhanced by combination of transgenes from different lines

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    34. Wintermantel, WM; Zaitlin, M
      Transgene translatability increases effectiveness of replicase-mediated resistance to Cucumber mosaic virus

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    35. Jan, FJ; Fagoaga, C; Pang, SZ; Gonsalves, D
      A minimum length of N gene sequence in transgenic plants is required for RNA-mediated tospovirus resistance

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    36. Scholten, OE; Lange, W
      Breeding for resistance to rhizomania in sugar beet: A review

      EUPHYTICA
    37. Sangare, A; Deng, D; Fauquet, CM; Beachy, RN
      Resistance to African cassava mosaic virus conferred by a mutant of the putative NTP-binding domain of the Rep gene (AC1) in Nicotiana benthamiana

      MOLECULAR BREEDING
    38. Kaniewski, W; Ilardi, V; Tomassoli, L; Mitsky, T; Layton, J; Barba, M
      Extreme resistance to cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) in transgenic tomato expressing one or two viral coat proteins

      MOLECULAR BREEDING
    39. Sivamani, E; Huet, H; Shen, P; Ong, CA; de Kochko, A; Fauquet, C; Beachy, RN
      Rice plant (Oryza sativa L.) containing Rice tungro spherical virus (RTSV)coat protein transgenes are resistant to virus infection

      MOLECULAR BREEDING
    40. Cai, WQ; Gonsalves, C; Tennant, P; Fermin, G; Souza, M; Sarindu, N; Jan, FJ; Zhu, HY; Gonsalves, D
      A protocol for efficient transformation and regeneration of Carica papaya L.

      IN VITRO CELLULAR & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY-PLANT
    41. Song, EK; Koh, HK; Kim, JK; Lee, SY
      Genetically engineered transgenic plants with the Domain 1 sequence of tobacco mosaic virus 126 kDa protein gene are completely resistant to viral infection

      MOLECULES AND CELLS
    42. Han, SJ; Cho, HS; You, JS; Nam, YW; Park, EK; Shin, JS; Park, YI; Park, WM; Paek, KH
      Gene silencing-mediated resistance in transgenic tobacco plants carrying potato virus Y coat protein gene

      MOLECULES AND CELLS
    43. Maiti, IB; Von Lanken, C; Hong, YL; Dey, N; Hunt, AG
      Expression of multiple virus-derived resistance determinants in transgenicplants does not lead to additive resistance properties

      JOURNAL OF PLANT BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    44. Fuchs, M; Gal-On, A; Raccah, B; Gonsalves, D
      Epidemiology of an aphid nontransmissible potyvirus in fields of nontransgenic and coat protein transgenic squash

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    45. Jan, FJ; Pang, SZ; Fagoaga, C; Gonsalves, D
      Turnip mosaic potyvirus resistance in Nicotiana benthamiana derived by post-transcriptional gene silencing

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    46. Tenllado, F; Diaz-Ruiz, JR
      Complete resistance to pepper mild mottle tobamovirus mediated by viral replicase sequences partially depends on transgene homozygosity and is based on a gene silencing mechanism

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    47. Jacobs, JJMR; Sanders, M; Bots, M; Andriessen, M; van Eldik, GJ; Litiere, K; Van Montagu, M; Cornelissen, M
      Sequences throughout the basic beta-1,3-glucanase mRNA coding region are targets for homology dependent post-transcriptional gene silencing

      PLANT JOURNAL
    48. Canto, T; Palukaitis, P
      Replicase-mediated resistance to cucumber mosaic virus does not inhibit localization and/or trafficking of the viral movement protein

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    49. Revers, F; Le Gall, O; Candresse, T; Maule, AJ
      New advances in understanding the molecular biology of plant/potyvirus interactions

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    50. Rubio, T; Borja, M; Scholthof, HB; Jackson, AO
      Recombination with host transgenes and effects on virus evolution: An overview and opinion

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    51. Guo, HS; Lopez-Moya, JJ; Garcia, JA
      Mitotic stability of infection-induced resistance to plum pox potyvirus associated with transgene silencing and DNA methylation

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    52. 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
    53. Salomon, R
      The evolutionary advantage of breeding for tolerance over resistance against viral plant disease

      ISRAEL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    54. Kawchuk, LM; Prufer, D
      Molecular strategies for engineering resistance to potato viruses

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PHYTOPATHOLOGIE
    55. Teycheney, PY; Tepfer, M
      Gene flow from virus-resistant transgenic crops to wild relatives or to infecting viruses

      GENE FLOW AND AGRICULTURE: RELEVANCE FOR TRANSGENIC CROPS
    56. Hammond, J
      Overview: The many uses and applications of transgenic plants

      PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY
    57. Hammond, J; Lecoq, H; Raccah, B
      Epidemiological risks from mixed virus infections and transgenic plants expressing viral genes

      ADVANCES IN VIRUS RESEARCH, VOL 54
    58. Bent, AF; Yu, IC
      Applications of molecular biology to plant disease and insect resistance

      ADVANCES IN AGRONOMY, VOL 66
    59. Ingelbrecht, IL; Irvine, JE; Mirkov, TE
      Posttranscriptional gene silencing in transgenic sugarcane. Dissection of homology-dependent virus resistance in a monocot that has a complex polyploid genome

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    60. Sinisterra, XH; Polston, JE; Abouzid, AM; Hiebert, E
      Tobacco plants transformed with a modified coat protein of tomato mottle begomovirus show resistance to virus infection

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    61. Sonoda, S; Mori, M; Nishiguchi, M
      Homology-dependent virus resistance in transgenic plants with the coat protein gene of sweet potato feathery mottle potyvirus: Target specificity andtransgene methylation

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    62. Huet, H; Mahendra, S; Wang, J; Sivamani, E; Ong, CA; Chen, L; de Kochko, A; Beachy, RN; Fauquet, C
      Near immunity to rice tungro spherical virus achieved in rice by a replicase-mediated resistance strategy

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    63. Thomas, CL; Maule, AJ
      Identification of inhibitory mutants of Cauliflower mosaic virus movement protein function after expression in insect cells

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    64. Rubio, T; Borja, M; Scholthof, HB; Feldstein, PA; Morris, TJ; Jackson, AO
      Broad-spectrum protection against tombusviruses elicited by defective interfering RNAs in transgenic plants

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

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    66. Ranjith-Kumar, CT; Manoharan, M; Prasad, SK; Cherian, S; Umashankar, M; Sita, GL; Savithri, HS
      Engineering resistance against physalis mottle tymovirus by expression of the coat protein and 3 ' noncoding region

      CURRENT SCIENCE
    67. Chu, PWG; Anderson, BJ; Khan, MRI; Shukla, D; Higgins, TJV
      Production of Bean yellow mosaic virus resistant subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum) plants by transformation with the virus coat protein gene

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    68. Waterhouse, PM; Upadhyaya, NM
      Genetic engineering of virus resistance

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF RICE
    69. JACQUET C; RAVELONANDRO M; BACHELIER JC; DUNEZ J
      HIGH-RESISTANCE TO PLUM POX VIRUS (PPV) IN TRANSGENIC PLANTS CONTAINING MODIFIED AND TRUNCATED FORMS OF PPV COAT PROTEIN GENE

      Transgenic research
    70. Fuchs, M; Klas, FE; McFerson, JR; Gonsalves, D
      Transgenic melon and squash expressing coat protein genes of aphid-borne viruses do not assist the spread of an aphid non-transmissible strain of cucumber mosaic virus in the field

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    71. DINANT S; KUSIAK C; CAILLETEAU B; VERRIER JL; CHUPEAU MC; CHUPEAU Y; LE TAH; DELON R; ALBOUY J
      FIELD-RESISTANCE AGAINST POTATO-VIRUS-Y INFECTION USING NATURAL AND GENETICALLY-ENGINEERED RESISTANCE GENES

      European journal of plant pathology
    72. TAVERTROUDET G; RAVELONANDRO M; BACHELIER JC; DUNEZ J
      TRANSGENIC NICOTIANA-BENTHAMIANA PLANTS CONTAINING THE P1 GENE OF PLUM POX VIRUS ARE RESISTANT TO VIRUS CHALLENGE

      European journal of plant pathology
    73. BARKER H; REAVY B; MCGEACHY KD; DAWSON S
      TRANSFORMATION OF NICOTIANA-BENTHAMIANA WITH THE POTATO MOP-TOP VIRUSCOAT PROTEIN GENE PRODUCES A NOVEL RESISTANCE PHENOTYPE MEDIATED BY THE COAT PROTEIN

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    74. VANDENBOOGAART T; LOMONOSSOFF GP; DAVIES JW
      CAN WE EXPLAIN RNA-MEDIATED VIRUS-RESISTANCE BY HOMOLOGY-DEPENDENT GENE SILENCING

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    75. SINGH Z; JONES MGK; JONES RAC
      EFFECTIVENESS OF COAT PROTEIN AND DEFECTIVE REPLICASE GENE-MEDIATED RESISTANCE AGAINST AUSTRALIAN ISOLATES OF CUCUMBER MOSAIC-VIRUS

      Australian journal of experimental agriculture
    76. GUO HS; CERVERA MT; GARCIA JA
      PLUM POX POTYVIRUS RESISTANCE-ASSOCIATED TO TRANSGENE SILENCING THAT CAN BE STABILIZED AFTER DIFFERENT NUMBER OF PLANT GENERATIONS

      Gene
    77. FUCHS M; TRICOLI DM; CARNEY KJ; SCHESSER M; MCFERSON JR; GONSALVES D
      COMPARATIVE VIRUS-RESISTANCE AND FRUIT YIELD OF TRANSGENIC SQUASH WITH SINGLE AND MULTIPLE COAT PROTEIN GENES

      Plant disease
    78. HASSAIRI A; MASMOUDI K; ALBOUY J; ROBAGLIA C; JULLIEN M; ELLOUZ R
      TRANSFORMATION OF 2 POTATO CULTIVARS SPUNTA AND CLAUSTAR (SOLANUM-TUBEROSUM) WITH LETTUCE MOSAIC-VIRUS COAT PROTEIN GENE AND HETEROLOGOUS IMMUNITY TO POTATO-VIRUS-Y

      PLANT SCIENCE
    79. WITTNER A; PALKOVICS L; BALAZS E
      NICOTIANA BENTHAMIANA PLANTS TRANSFORMED WITH THE PLUM POX VIRUS HELICASE GENE ARE RESISTANT TO VIRUS-INFECTION

      Virus research
    80. KASSCHAU KD; CARRINGTON JC
      A COUNTERDEFENSIVE STRATEGY OF PLANT-VIRUSES - SUPPRESSION OF POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL GENE SILENCING

      Cell (Cambridge)
    81. GONSALVES D
      CONTROL OF PAPAYA RINGSPOT VIRUS IN PAPAYA - A CASE-STUDY

      Annual review of phytopathology
    82. GALON A; WOLF D; WANG YZ; FAURE JE; PILOWSKY M; ZELCER A
      TRANSGENIC RESISTANCE TO CUCUMBER MOSAIC-VIRUS IN TOMATO - BLOCKING OF LONG-DISTANCE MOVEMENT OF THE VIRUS IN LINES HARBORING A DEFECTIVE VIRAL REPLICASE GENE

      Phytopathology
    83. WATERHOUSE PM; GRAHAM HW; WANG MB
      VIRUS-RESISTANCE AND GENE SILENCING IN PLANTS CAN BE INDUCED BY SIMULTANEOUS EXPRESSION OF SENSE AND ANTISENSE RNA

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    84. JACQUET C; DELECOLLE B; RACCAH B; LECOQ H; DUNEZ J; RAVELONANDRO M
      USE OF MODIFIED PLUM POX VIRUS COAT PROTEIN GENES DEVELOPED TO LIMIT HETEROENCAPSIDATION-ASSOCIATED RISKS IN TRANSGENIC PLANTS

      Journal of General Virology
    85. MORENO M; BERNAL JJ; JIMENEZ I; RODRIGUEZCEREZO E
      RESISTANCE IN PLANTS TRANSFORMED WITH THE P1 OR P3 GENE OF TOBACCO VEIN MOTTLING POTYVIRUS

      Journal of General Virology
    86. Jones, AL; Johansen, IE; Bean, SJ; Bach, I; Maule, AJ
      Specificity of resistance to pea seed-borne mosaic potyvirus in transgenicpeas expressing the viral replicase (NIb) gene

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    87. MURPHY JF; SIKORA EJ
      PERFORMANCE OF TRANSGENIC TOMATOES EXPRESSING CUCUMBER MOSAIC-VIRUS CP GENE UNDER EPIDEMIC CONDITIONS

      HortScience
    88. FELLERS JP; COLLINS GB; HUNT AG
      THE NIA-PROTEINASE OF DIFFERENT PLANT POTYVIRUSES PROVIDES SPECIFIC RESISTANCE TO VIRAL-INFECTION

      Crop science
    89. LIUS S; MANSHARDT RM; FITCH MMM; SLIGHTOM JL; SANFORD JC; GONSALVES D
      PATHOGEN-DERIVED RESISTANCE PROVIDES PAPAYA WITH EFFECTIVE PROTECTIONAGAINST PAPAYA RINGSPOT VIRUS

      Molecular breeding
    90. DINANT S; MAISONNEUVE B; ALBOUY J; CHUPEAU Y; CHUPEAU MC; BELLEC Y; GAUDEFROY F; KUSIAK C; SOUCHE S; ROBAGLIA C; LOT H
      COAT PROTEIN GENE-MEDIATED PROTECTION IN LACTUCA-SATIVA AGAINST LETTUCE MOSAIC POTYVIRUS STRAINS

      Molecular breeding
    91. TANZER MM; THOMPSON WF; LAW MD; WERNSMAN EA; UKNES S
      CHARACTERIZATION OF POSTTRANSCRIPTIONALLY SUPPRESSED TRANSGENE EXPRESSION THAT CONFERS RESISTANCE TO TOBACCO ETCH VIRUS-INFECTION IN TOBACCO

      The Plant cell
    92. MCGRATH PF; VINCENT JR; LEI CH; PAWLOWSKI WP; TORBERT KA; GU W; KAEPPLER HF; WAN Y; LEMAUX PG; RINES HR; SOMERS DA; LARKINS BA; LISTER RM
      COAT PROTEIN-MEDIATED RESISTANCE TO ISOLATES OF BARLEY YELLOW DWARF IN OATS AND BARLEY

      European journal of plant pathology
    93. GUO HS; GARCIA JA
      DELAYED RESISTANCE TO PLUM POX POTYVIRUS MEDIATED BY A MUTATED RNA REPLICASE GENE - INVOLVEMENT OF A GENE-SILENCING MECHANISM

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    94. BENDAHMANE M; GRONENBORN B
      ENGINEERING RESISTANCE AGAINST TOMATO YELLOW LEAF CURL VIRUS (TYLCV) USING ANTISENSE RNA

      Plant molecular biology
    95. PANG SZ; JAN FJ; GONSALVES D
      NONTARGET DNA-SEQUENCES REDUCE THE TRANSGENE LENGTH NECESSARY FOR RNA-MEDIATED TOSPOVIRUS RESISTANCE IN TRANSGENIC PLANTS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    96. MARCOS JF; BEACHY RN
      TRANSGENIC ACCUMULATION OF 2 PLANT-VIRUS COAT PROTEINS ON A SINGLE SELF-PROCESSING POLYPEPTIDE

      Journal of General Virology
    97. SIJEN T; WELLINK J; HIRIART JB; VANKAMMEN A
      RNA-MEDIATED VIRUS-RESISTANCE - ROLE OF REPEATED TRANSGENES AND DELINEATION OF TARGETED REGIONS

      The Plant cell
    98. PANG SZ; JAN FJ; CARNEY K; STOUT J; TRICOLI DM; QUEMADA HD; GONSALVES D
      POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL TRANSGENE SILENCING AND CONSEQUENT TOSPOVIRUS RESISTANCE IN TRANSGENIC LETTUCE ARE AFFECTED BY TRANSGENE DOSAGE AND PLANT DEVELOPMENT

      Plant journal
    99. HUNTLEY CC; HALL TC
      INTERFERENCE WITH BROME MOSAIC-VIRUS REPLICATION IN TRANSGENIC RICE

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    100. PRINS M; GOLDBACH R
      RNA-MEDIATED VIRUS-RESISTANCE IN TRANSGENIC PLANTS

      Archives of virology


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