References: Potyviridae


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Tavert-Roudet, G., A. Anne, A. Barra, A. Chovin, C. Demaille and T. Michon (2017). The potyvirus particle recruits the plant translation initiation factor eIF4E by means of the VPg covalently linked to the viral RNA. Mol Plant Microbe Interact 30: 754-62. [PubMed]

Torrance, L., I. A. Andreev, R. Gabrenaite-Verhovskaya, G. Cowan, K. Makinen and M. E. Taliansky (2006). An unusual structure at one end of potato potyvirus particles. J Mol Biol 357: 1-8. [PubMed]

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Valli, A., A. M. Martín-Hernández, J. J. López-Moya and J. A. García (2006). RNA silencing suppression by a second copy of the P1 serine protease of Cucumber vein yellowing ipomovirus, a member of the family Potyviridae that lacks the cysteine protease HCPro. J Virol 80: 10055-63. [PubMed]

Wang, A. (2021). Cell-to-cell movement of plant viruses via plasmodesmata: a current perspective on potyviruses. Curr Opin Virol 48: 10-6. [PubMed]

Wei, T. and A. Wang (2008). Biogenesis of cytoplasmic membranous vesicles for plant potyvirus replication occurs at endoplasmic reticulum exit sites in a COPI- and COPII-dependent manner. J Virol 82: 12252-64. [PubMed]

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Wylie, S. J., A. J. Tan, H. Li, K. W. Dixon and M. G. Jones (2012). Caladenia virus A, an unusual new member of the family Potyviridae from terrestrial orchids in Western Australia. Arch Virol 157: 2447-52. [PubMed]

Yang, K., M. Ran, Z. Li, M. Hu, L. Zheng, W. Liu, P. Jin, W. Miao, P. Zhou, W. Shen and H. Cui (2018). Analysis of the complete genomic sequence of a novel virus, areca palm necrotic spindle-spot virus, reveals the existence of a new genus in the family PotyviridaeArch Virol 163: 3471-5. [PubMed]

Yang, K., W. Shen, Y. Li, Z. Li, W. Miao, A. Wang and H. Cui (2019). Areca palm necrotic ringspot virus, classified within a recently proposed genus Arepavirus of the family Potyviridae, is associated with necrotic ringspot disease in areca palm. Phytopathology 109: 887-94. [PubMed]

Yang, X., Y. Li and A. Wang (2021). Research advances in potyviruses: from the laboratory bench to the field. Annu Rev Phytopathol 59: 1-29. [PubMed]

You, Y. and Y. Shirako (2010). Bymovirus reverse genetics: requirements for RNA2-encoded proteins in systemic infection. Mol Plant Pathol 11: 383-94. [PubMed]

Zamora, M., E. Méndez-López, X. Agirrezabala, R. Cuesta, J. L. Lavín, M. A. Sánchez-Pina, M. A. Aranda and M. Valle (2017). Potyvirus virion structure shows conserved protein fold and RNA binding site in ssRNA viruses. Sci Adv 3: eaao2182. [PubMed]