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Abstract

The coat protein gene from potato virus S (PVS) was introduced into by leaf disc transformation using . Transgenic plants expressing the viral coat protein were highly resistant to subsequent infection by the ME strain of PVS as indicated by an absence of symptom development and a lack of accumulation of virus in both the inoculated and upper leaves. As in reported experiments with plants expressing potato virus X coat protein, plants expressing PVS coat protein were also protected from inoculation with PVS RNA. These results provide further evidence that coat protein-mediated protection for these two groups of viruses, which share similar genome organizations, may involve inhibition of some early event in infection other than or in addition to virus uncoating.

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1990-09-01
2019-11-14
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