tobamovirus

Summary

Summary: A genus of plant viruses in which the virion is a rigid filament. Transmission is by mechanical inoculation or seed. The type species is TOBACCO MOSAIC VIRUS.

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  1. Velasco L, Janssen D, Ruiz Garcia L, Segundo E, Cuadrado I. The complete nucleotide sequence and development of a differential detection assay for a pepper mild mottle virus (PMMoV) isolate that overcomes L3 resistance in pepper. J Virol Methods. 2002;106:135-40 pubmed
    ..RT-PCR using a common primer pair for PMMoV followed by restriction enzyme analysis with EcoRI allowed the discrimination of resistance breaking from non-L3 resistance breaking virus isolates. ..
  2. Hamada H, Tomita R, Iwadate Y, Kobayashi K, Munemura I, Takeuchi S, et al. Cooperative effect of two amino acid mutations in the coat protein of Pepper mild mottle virus overcomes L3-mediated resistance in Capsicum plants. Virus Genes. 2007;34:205-14 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that a cooperative effect of the L13F and G66V mutations on the elicitor activity of CP is responsible for overcoming the L3-mediated resistance...
  3. Pohl D, Wege C. Synergistic pathogenicity of a phloem-limited begomovirus and tobamoviruses, despite negative interference. J Gen Virol. 2007;88:1034-40 pubmed
    ..Transgenically expressed ToMV 30K movement protein was not able to induce phloemescape of AbMV in tomato plants and did not lead to any obvious change in begomovirus symptomatology. ..
  4. Hirai K, Kubota K, Mochizuki T, Tsuda S, Meshi T. Antiviral RNA silencing is restricted to the marginal region of the dark green tissue in the mosaic leaves of tomato mosaic virus-infected tobacco plants. J Virol. 2008;82:3250-60 pubmed publisher
    ..The mechanism of mosaic symptom development is discussed in relation to the systemic spread of the virus and RNA silencing...
  5. Tsuda S, Kirita M, Watanabe Y. Characterization of a pepper mild mottle tobamovirus strain capable of overcoming the L3 gene-mediated resistance, distinct from the resistance-breaking Italian isolate. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 1998;11:327-31 pubmed
    ..gene usually develop necrotic lesions on leaves infected with a Japanese strain of pepper mild mottle tobamovirus (PMMoV-J). A recently discovered strain, PMMoV-Ij, has the ability to overcome L3 resistance...
  6. Matsumoto K, Sawada H, Matsumoto K, Hamada H, Yoshimoto E, Ito T, et al. The coat protein gene of tobamovirus P 0 pathotype is a determinant for activation of temperature-insensitive L 1a-gene-mediated resistance in Capsicum plants. Arch Virol. 2008;153:645-50 pubmed publisher
    b>Tobamovirus resistance in Capsicum plants, which is mediated by L genes (L(1), L(2), L(3) or L(4)), is known to be temperature sensitive...
  7. Wu J, Meng C, Shang H, Rong S, Zhang C, Hong J, et al. Monoclonal antibody-based triple antibody sandwich-enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay and immunocapture reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction for Odontoglossum ringspot virus detection. J Virol Methods. 2011;171:40-5 pubmed publisher
    ..TAS-ELISA and IC-RT-PCR detections indicated that ORSV was prevalent in orchids in the Zhejiang Province of China...
  8. Aguilar I, S nchez F, Martin Martin A, Martinez Herrera D, Ponz F. Nucleotide sequence of Chinese rape mosaic virus (oilseed rape mosaic virus), a crucifer tobamovirus infectious on Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Mol Biol. 1996;30:191-7 pubmed
    The complete nucleotide sequence of Chinese rape mosaic virus has been determined. The virus is a member of the tobamovirus genus of plant virus and is able to infect Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh systemically...
  9. Pérez Bueno M, Rahoutei J, Sajnani C, García Luque I, Barón M. Proteomic analysis of the oxygen-evolving complex of photosystem II under biotec stress: Studies on Nicotiana benthamiana infected with tobamoviruses. Proteomics. 2004;4:418-25 pubmed
    We have previously shown that tobamovirus infection induces an inhibition of photosystem II electron transport, disturbing the oxygen-evolving complex (OEC)...

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  1. Dorokhov Y, Ivanov P, Komarova T, Skulachev M, Atabekov J. An internal ribosome entry site located upstream of the crucifer-infecting tobamovirus coat protein (CP) gene can be used for CP synthesis in vivo. J Gen Virol. 2006;87:2693-7 pubmed
    It was previously shown that, unlike the type member of the genus Tobamovirus (TMV U1), a crucifer-infecting tobamovirus (crTMV) contains a 148 nt internal ribosome entry site (IRES)(CP,148)(CR) upstream of the coat protein (CP) gene...
  2. Blevins T, Rajeswaran R, Shivaprasad P, Beknazariants D, Si Ammour A, Park H, et al. Four plant Dicers mediate viral small RNA biogenesis and DNA virus induced silencing. Nucleic Acids Res. 2006;34:6233-46 pubmed
    ..Here we show that two nuclear DNA viruses (geminivirus CaLCuV and pararetrovirus CaMV) and a cytoplasmic RNA tobamovirus ORMV are differentially targeted by subsets of DCLs...
  3. Werner S, Marillonnet S, Hause G, Klimyuk V, Gleba Y. Immunoabsorbent nanoparticles based on a tobamovirus displaying protein A. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2006;103:17678-83 pubmed
    ..Surprisingly, we found that a functional fragment of protein A (133 aa) can be displayed on the surface of a tobamovirus as a C-terminal fusion to the coat protein via a 15-aa linker...
  4. Tagami Y, Watanabe Y. Effects of brefeldin A on the localization of Tobamovirus movement protein and cell-to-cell movement of the virus. Virology. 2007;361:133-40 pubmed
    It has been demonstrated that the subcellular location of Tobamovirus movement protein (MP) which was fused with green fluorescent protein (MP:GFP) changed during the infection process...
  5. Zhang Z, Lei C, Zhang L, Yang X, Chen R, Zhang D. The complete nucleotide sequence of a novel Tobamovirus, Rehmannia mosaic virus. Arch Virol. 2008;153:595-9 pubmed publisher
  6. Pineda M, Sajnani C, Baron M. Changes induced by the Pepper mild mottle tobamovirus on the chloroplast proteome of Nicotiana benthamiana. Photosynth Res. 2010;103:31-45 pubmed publisher
    ..Viral infection induced the down-regulation of several chloroplastidic proteins involved in both the photosynthetic electron-transport chain and the Benson-Calvin cycle...
  7. Pagán I, Firth C, Holmes E. Phylogenetic analysis reveals rapid evolutionary dynamics in the plant RNA virus genus tobamovirus. J Mol Evol. 2010;71:298-307 pubmed publisher
    ..An important example are viruses of the genus Tobamovirus, where the assumption of host-virus codivergence over 100 million years has led to rate estimates in the range ..
  8. Hagiwara Y, Komoda K, Yamanaka T, Tamai A, Meshi T, Funada R, et al. Subcellular localization of host and viral proteins associated with tobamovirus RNA replication. EMBO J. 2003;22:344-53 pubmed
    ..AtTOM1 interacts with the helicase domain polypeptide of tobamovirus-encoded replication proteins and with AtTOM2A, suggesting that both AtTOM1 and AtTOM2A are integral components ..
  9. Kubota K, Tsuda S, Tamai A, Meshi T. Tomato mosaic virus replication protein suppresses virus-targeted posttranscriptional gene silencing. J Virol. 2003;77:11016-26 pubmed
  10. Srinivasan K, Min B, Ryu K, Adkins S, Wong S. Determination of complete nucleotide sequence of Hibiscus latent Singapore virus: evidence for the presence of an internal poly(A) tract. Arch Virol. 2005;150:153-66 pubmed publisher
    We have sequenced the complete genome of a hibiscus-infecting tobamovirus, Hibiscus latent Singapore virus (HLSV)...
  11. Fujisaki K, Ravelo G, Naito S, Ishikawa M. Involvement of THH1, an Arabidopsis thaliana homologue of the TOM1 gene, in tobamovirus multiplication. J Gen Virol. 2006;87:2397-401 pubmed
    The TOM1 and TOM3 genes of Arabidopsis thaliana encode homologous proteins that are required for tobamovirus multiplication. Although the A...
  12. Chaerle L, Pineda M, Romero Aranda R, Van Der Straeten D, Barón M. Robotized thermal and chlorophyll fluorescence imaging of pepper mild mottle virus infection in Nicotiana benthamiana. Plant Cell Physiol. 2006;47:1323-36 pubmed
    ..In conclusion, thermography has potential as an early reporter of an ongoing compatible infection process...
  13. Mansilla C, Aguilar I, Martínez Herrera D, Sánchez F, Ponz F. Physiological effects of constitutive expression of Oilseed Rape Mosaic Tobamovirus (ORMV) movement protein in Arabidopsis thaliana. Transgenic Res. 2006;15:761-70 pubmed
    ..The MP of Oilseed Rape Mosaic Tobamovirus (ORMV) was transgenically expressed in Arabidopsis thaliana, ecotype RLD, under the expression of the 35S ..
  14. Sajnani C, Zurita J, Roncel M, Ortega J, Barón M, Ducruet J. Changes in photosynthetic metabolism induced by tobamovirus infection in Nicotiana benthamiana studied in vivo by thermoluminescence. New Phytol. 2007;175:120-30 pubmed
    ..Measurements on unfrozen discs from symptomatic and asymptomatic leaves of plants infected by two tobamovirus PMMoV-S and PMMoV-I strains were compared with homologous samples in control plants...
  15. Ruggenthaler P, Fichtenbauer D, Krasensky J, Jonak C, Waigmann E. Microtubule-associated protein AtMPB2C plays a role in organization of cortical microtubules, stomata patterning, and tobamovirus infectivity. Plant Physiol. 2009;149:1354-65 pubmed publisher
    ..These results suggest that AtMPB2C is involved in the alignment of cortical microtubules, the patterning of stomata, and restricting tobamoviral infections...
  16. Ishibashi K, Nishikiori M, Ishikawa M. Interactions between tobamovirus replication proteins and cellular factors: their impacts on virus multiplication. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2010;23:1413-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, viral gene products come into direct contact with these molecules. The replication proteins of tobamovirus participate not only in viral genome replication but also in counterdefense mechanisms against RNA silencing ..
  17. Tomita R, Sekine K, Mizumoto H, Sakamoto M, Murai J, Kiba A, et al. Genetic basis for the hierarchical interaction between Tobamovirus spp. and L resistance gene alleles from different pepper species. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2011;24:108-17 pubmed publisher
    The pepper L gene conditions the plant's resistance to Tobamovirus spp. Alleles L(1), L(2), L(3), and L(4) confer a broadening spectra of resistance to different virus pathotypes...
  18. Fraile A, Escriu F, Aranda M, Malpica J, Gibbs A, Garc a Arenal F. A century of tobamovirus evolution in an Australian population of Nicotiana glauca. J Virol. 1997;71:8316-20 pubmed
    ..It was found that the NSW N. glauca population was infected with tobacco mosaic tobamovirus (TMV) and tobacco mild green mosaic tobamovirus (TMGMV) before 1950 but only with TMGMV after that date...
  19. Asano M, Satoh R, Mochizuki A, Tsuda S, Yamanaka T, Nishiguchi M, et al. Tobamovirus-resistant tobacco generated by RNA interference directed against host genes. FEBS Lett. 2005;579:4479-84 pubmed
    ..amino acid sequence similarity to Arabidopsis thaliana TOM1 and TOM3, which function in parallel to support tobamovirus multiplication. Simultaneous RNA interference against NtTOM1 and NtTOM3 in N...
  20. Ishibashi K, Meshi T, Ishikawa M. Gaining replicability in a nonhost compromises the silencing suppression activity of Tobacco mild green mosaic virus in a host. J Virol. 2011;85:1893-5 pubmed publisher
    ..The results suggest that the multifunctionality of the replication proteins is an evolutionary constraint of tobamoviruses that restricts their host ranges...
  21. Nishikiori M, Sugiyama S, Xiang H, Niiyama M, Ishibashi K, Inoue T, et al. Crystal structure of the superfamily 1 helicase from Tomato mosaic virus. J Virol. 2012;86:7565-76 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results provide a structural basis of viral superfamily 1 helicases...
  22. Ishibashi K, Miyashita S, Katoh E, Ishikawa M. Host membrane proteins involved in the replication of tobamovirus RNA. Curr Opin Virol. 2012;2:699-704 pubmed publisher
    ..Interaction analyses using deletion mutants constructed based on structural information suggest a conformational change in replication proteins during the formation of a protein complex with RNA 5'-capping activity...
  23. Tsujimoto Y, Numaga T, Ohshima K, Yano M, Ohsawa R, Goto D, et al. Arabidopsis TOBAMOVIRUS MULTIPLICATION (TOM) 2 locus encodes a transmembrane protein that interacts with TOM1. EMBO J. 2003;22:335-43 pubmed
    ..seeds, and the original mutant line also carries ttm1, a dominant modifier that increases tobamovirus multiplication efficiency in a tobamovirus-strain-specific manner in the tom2-1 genetic background...
  24. Gilardi P, García Luque I, Serra M. The coat protein of tobamovirus acts as elicitor of both L2 and L4 gene-mediated resistance in Capsicum. J Gen Virol. 2004;85:2077-85 pubmed
    ..Thus, the data indicated that the PaMMV CP is the only tobamovirus factor required for the induction of the host response mediated by the Capsicum L(2) resistance gene. In C...
  25. Carr T, Wang Y, Huang Z, Yeakley J, Fan J, Whitham S. Tobamovirus infection is independent of HSP101 mRNA induction and protein expression. Virus Res. 2006;121:33-41 pubmed
    Heat shock protein 101 (HSP101) has been implicated in tobamovirus infections by virtue of its ability to enhance translation of mRNAs possessing the 5'Omega-leader of Tobacco mosaic virus (TMV)...
  26. Vogler H, Akbergenov R, Shivaprasad P, Dang V, Fasler M, Kwon M, et al. Modification of small RNAs associated with suppression of RNA silencing by tobamovirus replicase protein. J Virol. 2007;81:10379-88 pubmed
    ..Although Tobacco mosaic tobamovirus (TMV) triggers the production of virus-specific small interfering RNAs (siRNAs), this does not lead to ..
  27. Hu Q, Hollunder J, Niehl A, Kørner C, Gereige D, Windels D, et al. Specific impact of tobamovirus infection on the Arabidopsis small RNA profile. PLoS ONE. 2011;6:e19549 pubmed publisher
    ..Here, we used sRNA deep-sequencing combined with transcriptome profiling to determine the global impact of tobamovirus infection on Arabidopsis sRNAs and their mRNA targets...
  28. Yamanaka T, Ohta T, Takahashi M, Meshi T, Schmidt R, Dean C, et al. TOM1, an Arabidopsis gene required for efficient multiplication of a tobamovirus, encodes a putative transmembrane protein. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2000;97:10107-12 pubmed
    ..that TOM1 is associated with membranes, and in addition, that TOM1 interacts with the helicase domain of tobamovirus-encoded replication proteins...
  29. Ueki S, Citovsky V. The systemic movement of a tobamovirus is inhibited by a cadmium-ion-induced glycine-rich protein. Nat Cell Biol. 2002;4:478-86 pubmed
    ..Exposure of tobacco plants to low levels of cadmium ions blocks the systemic spread of turnip vein-clearing tobamovirus (TVCV)...
  30. Hirashima K, Watanabe Y. RNA helicase domain of tobamovirus replicase executes cell-to-cell movement possibly through collaboration with its nonconserved region. J Virol. 2003;77:12357-62 pubmed
    ..The RNA helicase domain of tobamovirus replicase possibly does not interact directly with MP but interacts with its nonconserved region to execute ..
  31. Koenig R, Barends S, Gultyaev A, Lesemann D, Vetten H, Loss S, et al. Nemesia ring necrosis virus: a new tymovirus with a genomic RNA having a histidylatable tobamovirus-like 3' end. J Gen Virol. 2005;86:1827-33 pubmed publisher
    ..As a result NeRNV RNA can be charged with histidine even more efficiently than tobacco mosaic virus RNA...
  32. Hongyun C, Wenjun Z, Qinsheng G, Qing C, Shiming L, Shuifang Z. Real time TaqMan RT-PCR assay for the detection of Cucumber green mottle mosaic virus. J Virol Methods. 2008;149:326-9 pubmed publisher
    ..The real time RT-PCR method could assist in the implementation of quarantine measures for prevention and control of the disease caused by CGMMV...
  33. Yamanaka T, Imai T, Satoh R, Kawashima A, Takahashi M, Tomita K, et al. Complete inhibition of tobamovirus multiplication by simultaneous mutations in two homologous host genes. J Virol. 2002;76:2491-7 pubmed
    ..We have previously shown that mutations severely destructive to the TOM1 gene reduce tobamovirus multiplication to low levels but do not impair it completely...
  34. Kawakami S, Hori K, Hosokawa D, Okada Y, Watanabe Y. Defective tobamovirus movement protein lacking wild-type phosphorylation sites can be complemented by substitutions found in revertants. J Virol. 2003;77:1452-61 pubmed
    We reported previously that the movement protein (MP) of tomato mosaic tobamovirus is phosphorylated, and we proposed that MP phosphorylation is important for viral pathogenesis...
  35. Song Y, Min B, Hong J, Rhie M, Kim M, Ryu K. Molecular evidence supporting the confirmation of maracuja mosaic virus as a species of the genus Tobamovirus and production of an infectious cDNA transcript. Arch Virol. 2006;151:2337-48 pubmed publisher
    ..Synthesized capped transcripts from full-length cDNA of MarMV were infectious. These data clearly indicate that MarMV belongs to a separate species of the genus Tobamovirus.
  36. Fujisaki K, Kobayashi S, Tsujimoto Y, Naito S, Ishikawa M. Analysis of tobamovirus multiplication in Arabidopsis thaliana mutants defective in TOM2A homologues. J Gen Virol. 2008;89:1519-24 pubmed publisher
    ..thaliana encodes a four-pass transmembrane protein that is required for efficient multiplication of a tobamovirus, TMV-Cg. In this study, the involvement of three TOM2A homologues in tobamovirus multiplication in A...
  37. Ishibashi K, Naito S, Meshi T, Ishikawa M. An inhibitory interaction between viral and cellular proteins underlies the resistance of tomato to nonadapted tobamoviruses. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009;106:8778-83 pubmed publisher
    ..species for Tobacco mild green mosaic virus (TMGMV) and Pepper mild mottle virus (PMMoV), members of the genus Tobamovirus. Previously, we identified Tm-1, a resistance gene of tomato to another tobamovirus, Tomato mosaic virus (ToMV),..
  38. Fraile A, Pagán I, Anastasio G, Saez E, García Arenal F. Rapid genetic diversification and high fitness penalties associated with pathogenicity evolution in a plant virus. Mol Biol Evol. 2011;28:1425-37 pubmed publisher
    ..These high pathogenicity costs may reflect intrinsic properties of plant virus genomes and should be considered in future models of host-parasite coevolution...
  39. Cole A, Király L, Lane L, Wiggins B, Ross K, Schoelz J. Temporal expression of PR-1 and enhanced mature plant resistance to virus infection is controlled by a single dominant gene in a new Nicotiana hybrid. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2004;17:976-85 pubmed
    ..edwardsonii demonstrated that a single, dominant gene conditioned temporal expression of PR proteins and enhanced resistance. This gene was designated TPR1 (for temporal expression of PR proteins). ..
  40. Yang C, Zhang C, Dittman J, Whitham S. Differential requirement of ribosomal protein S6 by plant RNA viruses with different translation initiation strategies. Virology. 2009;390:163-73 pubmed publisher
    ..mRNA transcripts was determined to occur in Nicotiana benthamiana during infection by potyviruses as well as a tobamovirus demonstrating that this response is not unique to potyviruses...
  41. Li J, Wei Q, Liu Y, Tan X, Zhang W, Wu J, et al. One-step reverse transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification for the rapid detection of cucumber green mottle mosaic virus. J Virol Methods. 2013;193:583-8 pubmed publisher
    ..The sensitive, specific and rapid RT-LAMP assay developed in this study can be applied widely in laboratories, the field and quarantine surveillance of CGMMV. ..
  42. Watanabe Y, Ohnishi J, Saitoh H, Hosokawa D, Okada Y. Addition of nucleotides similar to deleted CAA repeats in the 5' non-coding region of tomato mosaic virus RNA following propagation. J Gen Virol. 1996;77 ( Pt 9):2353-7 pubmed
    Previously we made a series of deletion mutants in the 5' non-coding region of tomato mosaic tobamovirus (ToMV) RNA and checked their ability to replicate in tobacco protoplasts...
  43. Gibbs A, Armstrong J, Gibbs M. A type of nucleotide motif that distinguishes tobamovirus species more efficiently than nucleotide signatures. Arch Virol. 2004;149:1941-54 pubmed
    ..We describe the procedure for finding NC-motifs in a convenient and phylogenetically conserved region of the tobamovirus RNA polymerase gene, the '4404-50 motif'...
  44. Lee G, Min B, Kim C, Choi S, Harn C, Kim S, et al. Plant virus cDNA chip hybridization for detection and differentiation of four cucurbit-infecting Tobamoviruses. J Virol Methods. 2003;110:19-24 pubmed
    ..The signals could be made as image files for specific virus detection, and this could be useful for virus identification and differentiation. This is the first report of plant virus detection by using cDNA chip technology. ..
  45. Várallyay E, Lichner Z, Safrany J, Havelda Z, Salamon P, Bisztray G, et al. Development of a virus induced gene silencing vector from a legumes infecting tobamovirus. Acta Biol Hung. 2010;61:457-69 pubmed publisher
    ..A Tobamovirus, Sunnhemp mosaic virus (SHMV) systemically infects Medicago truncatula without causing severe symptoms...
  46. Levy A, Zheng J, Lazarowitz S. Synaptotagmin SYTA forms ER-plasma membrane junctions that are recruited to plasmodesmata for plant virus movement. Curr Biol. 2015;25:2018-25 pubmed publisher
    ..We addressed these questions using an Arabidopsis SYTA knockdown line syta-1 and a Tobamovirus movement protein MP(TVCV) [5, 7]. We report here that SYTA localized to ER-PM contact sites...
  47. Park C, Ju H, Han J, Park J, Kim I, Seo E, et al. Complete nucleotide sequences and construction of full-length infectious cDNA clones of cucumber green mottle mosaic virus (CGMMV) in a versatile newly developed binary vector including both 35S and T7 promoters. Virus Genes. 2017;53:286-299 pubmed publisher
    ..and a modified hepatitis delta virus ribozyme sequence to precisely cleave RNA transcripts at the 3' end of the tobamovirus genome...
  48. Shin R, Han J, Lee G, Peak K. The potential use of a viral coat protein gene as a transgene screening marker and multiple virus resistance of pepper plants coexpressing coat proteins of cucumber mosaic virus and tomato mosaic virus. Transgenic Res. 2002;11:215-9 pubmed
    ..These experiments demonstrate that our transgenic pepper plants might be a useful marker system for the transgene screening and useful for classical breeding programs of developing virus resistant hot pepper plants. ..
  49. Pineda M, Gaspar L, Morales F, Szigeti Z, Barón M. Multicolor fluorescence imaging of leaves--a useful tool for visualizing systemic viral infections in plants. Photochem Photobiol. 2008;84:1048-60 pubmed publisher
    ..Fluorescence ratios F440/F690 and F440/F740, which increase during pathogenesis, were excellent indicators of biotic stress. ..
  50. Bedhomme S, Elena S. Virus infection suppresses Nicotiana benthamiana adaptive phenotypic plasticity. PLoS ONE. 2011;6:e17275 pubmed publisher
    ..This result suggests that the suppression or the alteration of adaptive phenotypic plasticity might be a component of virulence that is often overlooked. ..
  51. Turpen T, Reinl S, Charoenvit Y, Hoffman S, Fallarme V, Grill L. Malarial epitopes expressed on the surface of recombinant tobacco mosaic virus. Biotechnology (N Y). 1995;13:53-7 pubmed
    Using malaria as a model disease, we engineered the surface of tobacco mosaic tobamovirus (TMV) for presentation of selected epitopes to the mammalian immune system...
  52. Matsushita Y, Deguchi M, Youda M, Nishiguchi M, Nyunoya H. The tomato mosaic tobamovirus movement protein interacts with a putative transcriptional coactivator KELP. Mol Cells. 2001;12:57-66 pubmed
    ..carried out far-western screening of a Brassica campestris cDNA library using a recombinant MP of tomato mosaic tobamovirus (ToMV) as a probe...
  53. Shi N, Xu Y, Wang H, Xie L, Hong J. [Molecular identification of cymbidium mosaic Potexvirus and Odontoglossum ringspot Tobamovirus complex infected Phalaenopsis and its pathological ultrastructural alteration]. Fen Zi Xi Bao Sheng Wu Xue Bao. 2007;40:153-63 pubmed
    ..coat protein genes simultaneously expanded to Cymbidium mosaic potexvirus (CymMV) and Odontoglossum ringspot tobamovirus (ORSV) showed homology with available abstracts from GenBank, and the respective percentages of identity are 98%..
  54. Nakazono Nagaoka E, Omura T, Uehara Ichiki T. A single amino acid substitution in the 126-kDa protein of pepper mild mottle virus controls replication and systemic movement into upper non-inoculated leaves of bell pepper plants. Arch Virol. 2011;156:897-901 pubmed publisher
    ..C1421, previously selected for practical use, not only caused mild symptoms but also had an especially high replication rate in pepper plants and spread more efficiently into the upper non-inoculated leaves. ..
  55. Ishibashi K, Ishikawa M. The resistance protein Tm-1 inhibits formation of a Tomato mosaic virus replication protein-host membrane protein complex. J Virol. 2013;87:7933-9 pubmed publisher
    ..These results indicate that Tm-1 binds ToMV replication proteins to inhibit key events in replication complex formation on membranes that precede negative-strand RNA synthesis. ..
  56. Gibbs A. Evolution and origins of tobamoviruses. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 1999;354:593-602 pubmed
    ..Each infected plant contains a population of variants, but in most host populations the tobamovirus population is stable...
  57. Kim S, Lee J, Yim K, Oh M, Park J, Kim K. Nucleotide sequences of two Korean isolates of Cucumber green mottle mosaic virus. Mol Cells. 2003;16:407-12 pubmed
    ..3% identical. When compared to other CGMMV strains in a phylogenetic analysis they were found to form a distinct virus clade, and were more distantly related to other tobamoviruses (23.5-56.7% identity). ..
  58. Kobayashi M, Yamamoto Katou A, Katou S, Hirai K, Meshi T, Ohashi Y, et al. Identification of an amino acid residue required for differential recognition of a viral movement protein by the Tomato mosaic virus resistance gene Tm-2(2). J Plant Physiol. 2011;168:1142-5 pubmed publisher
    ..These results suggest that the Tyr residue in LRR contributes to the recognition of B7-MP, and that Tm-2 and Tm-2(2) are involved in HR cell death...
  59. Gibbs A, Armstrong J, Mackenzie A, Weiller G. The GPRIME package: computer programs for identifying the best regions of aligned genes to target in nucleic acid hybridisation-based diagnostic tests, and their use with plant viruses. J Virol Methods. 1998;74:67-76 pubmed
    ..reported from Australia were found; cymbidium mosaic potexvirus was common, but odontoglossum ringspot tobamovirus was not...
  60. Bucher G, Tarina C, Heinlein M, Di Serio F, Meins F, Iglesias V. Local expression of enzymatically active class I beta-1, 3-glucanase enhances symptoms of TMV infection in tobacco. Plant J. 2001;28:361-9 pubmed
    ..Moreover, our results provide the first direct evidence that a biological function of a plant beta-1,3-glucanase depends on its catalytic activity. ..
  61. Cai L, Chen K, Zhang X, Yan L, Hou M, Xu Z. Biological and molecular characterization of a crucifer Tobamovirus infecting oilseed rape. Biochem Genet. 2009;47:451-61 pubmed publisher
    In China, the tobamovirus that infects oilseed rape has been misdiagnosed as Tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) based on its morphological similarity and serological relatedness...
  62. Lim A, Tachibana S, Watanabe Y, Wong S. Expression and purification of a neuropeptide nocistatin using two related plant viral vectors. Gene. 2002;289:69-79 pubmed
    ..To our knowledge, this is the first successful attempt in obtaining a complete peptide with no additional amino acid sequence after expression and purification through the use of either ORSV or TMV as vectors. ..
  63. Hakmaoui A, Pérez Bueno M, García Fontana B, Camejo D, Jimenez A, Sevilla F, et al. Analysis of the antioxidant response of Nicotiana benthamiana to infection with two strains of Pepper mild mottle virus. J Exp Bot. 2012;63:5487-96 pubmed publisher
  64. Ajjikuttira P, Loh C, Wong S. Reciprocal function of movement proteins and complementation of long-distance movement of Cymbidium mosaic virus RNA by Odontoglossum ringspot virus coat protein. J Gen Virol. 2005;86:1543-53 pubmed publisher
    ..of movement and coat proteins of the orchid-infecting potexvirus Cymbidium mosaic virus (CymMV) and tobamovirus Odontoglossum ringspot virus (ORSV) was investigated...
  65. Zhu X, Dinesh Kumar S. Virus-induced gene silencing as a tool to identify host genes affecting viral pathogenicity. Methods Mol Biol. 2008;451:641-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Here, we describe genome-wide Tobacco rattle virus (TRV)-based VIGS screening methods to identify host factors involved in viral pathogenicity. ..
  66. Sugiyama T, Miyashiro D, Takao D, Iwamoto H, Sugimoto Y, Wakabayashi K, et al. Quick shear-flow alignment of biological filaments for X-ray fiber diffraction facilitated by methylcellulose. Biophys J. 2009;97:3132-8 pubmed publisher
    ..rheometer with two parallel disks, which was applied to observe fiber diffractions of axonemes, tobacco mosaic tobamovirus, and microtubules...
  67. Hagiwara K, Ichiki T, Ogawa Y, Omura T, Tsuda S. A single amino acid substitution in 126-kDa protein of Pepper mild mottle virus associates with symptom attenuation in pepper; the complete nucleotide sequence of an attenuated strain, C-1421. Arch Virol. 2002;147:833-40 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that V649A substitution in 126 K affects the accumulation of 126 K leading to a limitation of CP accumulation. ..
  68. Hiraguri A, Ueki S, Kondo H, Nomiyama K, Shimizu T, Ichiki Uehara T, et al. Identification of a movement protein of Mirafiori lettuce big-vein ophiovirus. J Gen Virol. 2013;94:1145-50 pubmed publisher
    ..benthamiana and onion showed that the 55 kDa protein with GFP was localized on the plasmodesmata. The 55 kDa protein encoded in the MiLBVV RNA2 can function as an MP of the virus. This report is the first to describe an ophiovirus MP. ..
  69. Alam C, Singh A, Sharfuddin C, Ali S. In-silico analysis of simple and imperfect microsatellites in diverse tobamovirus genomes. Gene. 2013;530:193-200 pubmed publisher
    ..37% was exclusive to 186 kDa protein. Characterization of such variations is important for elucidating the origin, sequence variations, and structure of these widely used, but incompletely understood sequences. ..
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