Archives of Virology (2014) 159, 2853-2860
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Luteovirus: insights into pathogenicity
Archives of Virology 159 (11), 2853-2860
Abstract: Luteoviruses are economically important plant viruses, infecting almost all cereals throughout the world. Idiosyncrasies related to this virus group may be a strategic consequence of viral genome compression. However, many fundamental questions have yet to be resolved. This review summarizes selected findings covering molecular aspects of pathogenesis relating to plant-infecting RNA viruses in general, and luteoviruses in specific. These studies enhance our understanding of the replication structures and the virus infection pathways.
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