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Abstract

(LNYV), (SYNV) and (PYDV) are members of the family that infect plants. LNYV is a cytorhabdovirus that replicates in the cytoplasm, while SYNV and PYDV are nucleorhabdoviruses that replicate in the nuclei of infected cells. LNYV and SYNV share a similar genome organization with a gene order of nucleoprotein (N), phosphoprotein (P), putative movement protein (Mv), matrix protein (M), glycoprotein (G) and polymerase (L). PYDV contains an additional predicted gene of unknown function located between N and P. In order to gain insight into the associations of viral structural and non-structural proteins and the mechanisms by which they may function, we constructed protein localization and interaction maps. Subcellular localization was determined by transiently expressing the viral proteins fused to green or red fluorescent protein in leaf epidermal cells of . Protein interactions were tested by using bimolecular fluorescence complementation. All three viruses showed Mv to be localized at the cell periphery and the G protein to be membrane associated. Comparing the interaction maps revealed that only the N–P and M–M interactions are common to all three viruses. Associations unique to only one virus include P–M for LNYV, G–Mv for SYNV and M–Mv, M–G and N–M for PYDV. The cognate N–P proteins of all three viruses interacted and exhibited characteristic changes in localization when co-expressed.

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