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Analysis of tobacco mosaic virus-host interactions by directed genome modification



Analysis of tobacco mosaic virus-host interactions by directed genome modification



Plant molecular biology 2 Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Study Institute, 14-23 May 1990, Elmau, Germany: 23-33



The involvement of tobacco mosaic tobamovirus (TMV) coat protein in the resistance response of plants and its association with disease response are described. The molecular mechanisms responsible for hypersensitive response (HR) in Nicotiana sylvestris are examined. N' gene hypersensitive response, induced by using mutants of TMV204 and a new mutant, TMV demonstrated that it was the coat protein and not the RNA that was responsible for induction of the N' gene HR.

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