References: Closteroviridae


Agranovsky, A. A. (2016). Closteroviruses: Molecular biology, evolution and interactions with cells. In Plant viruses: Evolution and management. Edited by R. K. Gaur, N. M. Petrov, B. Patil and M. I. Stoyanova.   Singapore,  Springer.  231-252. 

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Al Rwahnih, M., V. V. Dolja, S. Daubert, E. V. Koonin and A. Rowhani (2012). Genomic and biological analysis of grapevine leafroll-associated virus 7 reveals a possible new genus within the family Closteroviridae. Virus Res 163: 302-309. [PubMed]

Dawson, W. O., M. Bar-Joseph, S. M. Garnsey and P. Moreno (2015). Citrus tristeza virus: making an ally from an enemy. Annu. Rev. Phytopathol.  53: 137-155. [PubMed]

Dolja, V. V. and E. V. Koonin (2013). The closterovirus-derived gene expression and RNA interference vectors as tools for research and plant biotechnology. Front Microbiol 4: 83. [PubMed]

Dolja, V. V., J. F. Kreuze and J. P. Valkonen (2006). Comparative and functional genomics of closteroviruses. Virus Res 117: 38-51. [PubMed]

Flores, R., S. Ruiz-Ruiz, N. Soler, J. Sánchez-Navarro, C. Fagoaga, C. López, L. Navarro, P. Moreno and L. Peña (2013). Citrus tristeza virus p23: a unique protein mediating key virus-host interactions. Front Microbiol 4: 98. [PubMed] 

Gushchin, V. A., D. G. Karlin, A. V. Makhotenko, A. V. Khromov, T. N. Erokhina, A. G. Solovyev, S. Y. Morozov and A. A. Agranovsky (2017). A conserved region in the closterovirus 1a polyprotein drives extensive remodeling of endoplasmic reticulum membranes and induces motile globules in Nicotiana benthamiana cells. Virology 502: 106-113. [PubMed]

Karasev, A. V.  (2000). Genetic diversity and evolution of closteroviruses. Annu. Rev. Phytopathol. 38: 293-324. [PubMed]

Killiny, N., S. J. Harper, S. Alfaress, C. El Mohtar and W. O. Dawson (2016). Minor coat and heat shock proteins are involved in the binding of citrus tristeza virus to the foregut of its aphid vector, Toxoptera citricida. Appl. Environ. Microbiol.  82: 6294-6302. [PubMed]

Kiss, Z. A., V. Medina and B. W. Falk (2013). Crinivirus replication and host interactions. Front Microbiol 4: 99. [PubMed] 

Kurth, E. G., V. V. Peremyslov, A. I. Prokhnevsky, K. D. Kasschau, M. Miller, J. C. Carrington and V. V. Dolja (2012). Virus-derived gene expression and RNA interference vector for grapevine. J. Virol.  86: 6002-6009. [PubMed]

Maree, H. J., R. P. Almeida, R. Bester, K. M. Chooi, D. Cohen, V. V. Dolja, M. F. Fuchs, D. A. Golino, A. E. Jooste, G. P. Martelli, R. A. Naidu, A. Rowhani, P. Saldarelli and J. T. Burger(2013). Grapevine leafroll-associated virus 3. Front Microbiol 4: 82. [PubMed]

Martelli, G. P., N. A. Ghanem-Sabanadzovic, A. A. Agranovsky, M. Al Rwahnih, V. V. Dolja, C. I. Dovas, M. Fuchs, P. Gugerli, J. S. Hu and W. Jelkmann (2012). Taxonomic revision of the family Closteroviridae with special reference to the grapevine leafroll-associated members of the genus Ampelovirus and the putative species unassigned to the family. J. Plant Pathol.  94: 7-19.

Qiao, W., V. Medina, Y. W. Kuo and B. W. Falk (2018). A distinct, non-virion plant virus movement protein encoded by a crinivirus essential for systemic infection. mBio 9: e02230-02218. [PubMed]

Rubio, L., J. Guerri and P. Moreno (2013). Genetic variability and evolutionary dynamics of viruses of the family Closteroviridae. Front Microbiol 4: 151. [PubMed]

Ruiz-Ruiz, S., B. Navarro, L. Peña, L. Navarro, P. Moreno, F. Di Serio and R. Flores (2019). Citrus tristeza virus: Host RNA silencing and virus counteraction. In Citrus tristeza virus: Methods and Protocols. Edited by A. F. Catara, M. Bar-Joseph and G. Licciardello.   New York,  Humana. 195-207. 

Ruiz, L., A. Simón, C. Garcia, L. Velasco and D. Janssen (2018). First natural crossover recombination between two distinct species of the family Closteroviridae leads to the emergence of a new disease. PLoS One 13: e0198228. [PubMed]

Tzanetakis, I. E., R. R. Martin and W. M. Wintermantel (2013). Epidemiology of criniviruses: an emerging problem in world agriculture. Front Microbiol 4: 119. [PubMed]