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Abstract

Gene 3 in the genomes of several plant-infecting rhabdoviruses, including rice transitory yellowing virus (RTYV), has been postulated to encode a cell-to-cell movement protein (MP). -complementation experiments using a movement-defective tomato mosaic virus and the P3 protein of RTYV, encoded by gene 3, facilitated intercellular transport of the mutant virus. In transient-expression experiments with the GFP-fused P3 protein in epidermal leaf cells of , the P3 protein was associated with the nucleus and plasmodesmata. Immunogold-labelling studies of thin sections of RTYV-infected rice plants using an antiserum against -expressed His-tagged P3 protein indicated that the P3 protein was located in cell walls and on virus particles. In Western blots using antisera against -expressed P3 protein and purified RTYV, the P3 protein was detected in purified RTYV, whilst antiserum against purified RTYV reacted with the -expressed P3 protein. After immunogold labelling of crude sap from RTYV-infected rice leaves, the P3 protein, as well as the N protein, was detected on the ribonucleocapsid core that emerged from partially disrupted virus particles. These results provide evidence that the P3 protein of RTYV, which functions as a viral MP, is a viral structural protein and seems to be associated with the ribonucleocapsid core of virus particles.

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