Luis Rubio

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Publications of Luis Rubio (65 listed):

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2020) 158, 1043-1049
Caterina Carpino, Inmaculada Ferriol, Laura Elvira-González, Luis Rubio, Ezio Peri, Salvatore Davino and Luis Galipienso (2020)
Broad bean wilt virus 1 encoded VP47 and SCP are suppressors of plant post-transcriptional gene silencing

Virus Genes (2020) 56, 668-672
L. Elvira-González, L. Rubio and L. Galipienso (2020)
Geographically distant isolates of the persistent Southern tomato virus (STV) show very low genetic diversity in the putative coat protein gene

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2020) 156, 615-622
Laura Elvira-González, Vicente Medina, Luis Rubio and Luis Galipienso (2020)
The persistent Southern tomato virus modifies miRNA expression without inducing symptoms and cell ultra-structural changes

Pest Management Science (2020) 76, 561-567
Sarra Bouagga, Alberto Urbaneja, Laura Depalo, Luís Rubio and Meritxell Pérez-Hedo (2020)
Zoophytophagous predator-induced defences restrict accumulation of the tomato spotted wilt virus

Plant Disease (2019) 103, p. 1798 (de Paz et al.)
A.I. Espino de Paz, M. Botella-Guillén, H.C. Otazo-González, A. Alfaro-Fernández, I. Font-San-Ambrosio, L. Galipienso and L. Rubio (2019)
First report of Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus infecting cucurbits in the Canary Islands

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2019) 155, 1145-1154
E. Lázaro, C. Armero, J. Roselló, J. Serra, M.J. Muñoz, R. Canet, L. Galipienso and L. Rubio (2019)
Comparison of viral infection risk between organic and conventional crops of tomato in Spain

Journal of Plant Pathology (2019) 101, 275-281
Caterina Carpino, Laura Elvira-González, Luis Rubio, Ezio Peri, Salvatore Davino and Luis Galipienso (2019)
A comparative study of viral infectivity, accumulation and symptoms induced by Broad bean wilt virus 1 isolates

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2018) 151, 243-250
J.A. Herrera-Vásquez, A.V. Puchades, L. Elvira-González, J.N. Jaén-Sanjur, C. Carpino, L. Rubio and L. Galipienso (2018)
Fast detection by loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) of the three begomovirus species infecting tomato in Panama

Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research (2018) 16 (3 - e1008)
Laura Elvira-González, Caterina Carpino, Ana Alfaro-Fernández, María I. Font-San Ambrosio, Rosa Peiró, Luis Rubio and Luis Galipienso (2018)
A sensitive real-time RT-PCR reveals a high incidence of Southern tomato virus (STV) in Spanish tomato crops

Annals of Applied Biology (2017) 171, 172-178
A.V. Puchades, C. Carpino, A. Alfaro-Fernandez, M.I. Font-San-Ambrosio, S. Davino, J. Guerri, L. Rubio and L. Galipienso (2017)
Detection of Southern tomato virus by molecular hybridisation

Plant Disease (2017) 101, p. 1063 (Hernandez-Rodriguez et al.)
L. Hernández-Rodríguez, A. Bertalmío, A. Arruabarrena, L. Rubio, F. Rivas, M.J. Benítez-Galeano, R. Colina and D. Maeso (2017)
First report of the Citrus tristeza virus trifoliate resistance-breaking (RB) genotype in 'Newhall' sweet orange in South America

Plant Pathology (2017) 66, 368-375
S. Davino, S. Panno, G. Iacono, L. Sabatino, F. D'Anna, G. Iapichino, A. Olmos, G. Scuderi, L. Rubio, L. Tomassoli, G. Capodici, F. Martinelli and M. Davino (2017)
Genetic variation and evolutionary analysis of Pepino mosaic virus in Sicily: insights into the dispersion and epidemiology

Plant Disease (2016) 100, p. 1955 (Alfaro-Fernandez et al.)
A. Alfaro-Fernández, M.I. Font-San-Ambrosio, D. Hernández-Llopis, L. Galipienso and L. Rubio (2016)
First report of a natural infection of Eggplant mottled dwarf virus in Podranea ricasoliana showing leaf intervenial yellowing

Plant Pathology (2016) 65, 847-856
L. Velasco, N. Salem, A. Willemsen, M. Lapidot, A.N. Mansour, L. Rubio and L. Galipienso (2016)
Genetic variation and evolutionary forces shaping Cucumber vein yellowing virus populations: risk of emergence of virulent isolates in Europe

Plant Disease (2016) 100, p. 231 (Arruabarrena et al.)
A. Arruabarrena, L. Rubio, M. González-Arcos, D. Maeso, E. Fiallo-Olivé and E. Moriones (2016)
First report of the begomovirus Tomato yellow vein streak virus infecting tomato in Uruguay

Plant Disease (2015) 99, p. 895 (Arruabarrena et al.)
A. Arruabarrena, L. Rubio, M. González-Arcos, D. Maeso, S. Sánchez-Campos, M.E.N. Fonseca and L.S. Boiteux (2015)
First report of Solanum sisymbriifolium and S. americanum as natural weed hosts of Tomato chlorosis virus (Genus Crinivirus) in South America

Annals of Applied Biology (2015) 167, 26-35
I. Ferriol, E.A. Rangel, S. Panno, S. Davino, C.G. Han, A. Olmos and L. Rubio (2015)
Rapid detection and discrimination of fabaviruses by flow-through hybridisation with genus- and species-specific riboprobes

Archives of Virology (2015) 160, 2117-2123
Diana E. Debreczeni, Carmelo López, José Aramburu, José Antonio Darós, Salvador Soler, Luis Galipienso, Bryce W. Falk and Luis Rubio (2015)
Complete sequence of three different biotypes of Tomato spotted wilt virus (wild type, tomato Sw-5 resistance-breaking and pepper Tsw resistance-breaking) from Spain

Phytoparasitica (2015) 43, 597-605
José Aramburu, Luis Galipienso, Salvador Soler, Luis Rubio and Carmelo López (2015)
A severe symptom phenotype in pepper cultivars carrying the Tsw resistance gene is caused by a mixed infection between resistance-breaking and non-resistance-breaking isolates of Tomato spotted wilt virus

Annals of Applied Biology (2015) 167, 343-353
S. Soler, D.E. Debreczeni, E. Vidal, J. Aramburu, C. López, L. Galipienso and L. Rubio (2015)
A new Capsicum baccatum accession shows tolerance to wild-type and resistance-breaking isolates of Tomato spotted wilt virus

Molecular Plant Pathology (2014) 15, 802-813
Ana Peiró, M. Carmen Cañizares, Luis Rubio, Carmelo López, Enrique Moriones, José Aramburu and Jesús Sánchez-Navarro (2014)
The movement protein (NSm) of Tomato spotted wilt virus is the avirulence determinant in the tomato Sw-5 gene-based resistance

Plant Disease (2014) 98, p. 1445 (Arruabarrena et al.)
A. Arruabarrena, L. Rubio, M. González-Arcos, D. Maeso, M.E.N. Fonseca and L.S. Boiteux (2014)
First report of Tomato chlorosis virus infecting tomato crops in Uruguay

Annals of Applied Biology (2014) 164, 182-189
D.E. Debreczeni, L. Rubio, J. Aramburu, C. López, L. Galipienso, S. Soler and B. Belliure (2014)
Transmission of Tomato spotted wilt virus isolates able and unable to overcome tomato or pepper resistance by its vector Frankliniella occidentalis

Phytopathology (2014) 104, 108-114
Jeewan Jyot Walia, Anouk Willemsen, Eminur Elci, Kadriye Caglayan, Bryce W. Falk and Luis Rubio (2014)
Genetic variation and possible mechanisms driving the evolution of worldwide Fig mosaic virus isolates

Archives of Virology (2014) 159, 779-784
Inmaculada Ferriol, Rosa M. Ferrer, Marisol Luis-Arteaga, José Guerri, Pedro Moreno and Luis Rubio (2014)
Genetic variability and evolution of Broad bean wilt virus 1: role of recombination, selection and gene flow

Journal of Phytopathology (2014) 162, 839-843
Carolyn Owen, Matthaios Mathioudakis, Anita Gazivoda, Peter Gal, Nevena Nol, Katerina Kalliampakou, Angela Figas, Anais Bellan, Anais Iparaguirre, Luis Rubio and Ioannis Livieratos (2014)
Evolution and molecular epidemiology of Citrus tristeza virus on Crete: Recent introduction of a severe strain

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2014) 140, 607-613
Anna Fontana, Diana E. Debreczeni, Giuliana Albanese, Salvatore Davino, Ricardo Flores and Luis Rubio (2014)
Evolutionary analysis of Citrus tristeza virus outbreaks in Calabria, Italy: two rapidly spreading and independent introductions of mild and severe isolates

Annals of Applied Biology (2013) 162, 71-79
I. Ferriol, L. Rubio, J. Pérez-Panadés, E.A. Carbonell, S. Davino and B. Belliure (2013)
Transmissibility of Broad bean wilt virus 1 by aphids: influence of virus accumulation in plants, virus genotype and aphid species

PLoS ONE (2013) 8 (6 - e66700)
Salvatore Davino, Anouk Willemsen, Stefano Panno, Mario Davino, Antonino Catara, Santiago F. Elena and Luis Rubio (2013)
Emergence and phylodynamics of Citrus tristeza virus in Sicily, Italy

Archives of Virology (2012) 157, 1189-1192
L. Galipienso, L. Rubio, J. Aramburu, L. Velasco and D. Janssen (2012)
Complete nucleotide sequence of a severe isolate of Cucumber vein yellowing virus from Jordan

Archives of Virology (2012) 157, 739-745
Salvatore Davino, Stefano Panno, Ezequiel A. Rangel, Mario Davino, Maria Grazia Bellardi and Luis Rubio (2012)
Population genetics of Cucumber mosaic virus infecting medicinal, aromatic and ornamental plants from northern Italy

Journal of General Virology (2012) 93, 2712-2717
Salvatore Davino, Laura Miozzi, Stefano Panno, Luis Rubio, Mario Davino and Gian Paolo Accotto (2012)
Recombination profiles between Tomato yellow leaf curl virus and Tomato yellow leaf curl Sardinia virus in laboratory and field conditions: evolutionary and taxonomic implications

Archives of Virology (2011) 156, 1445-1450
Rosa M. Ferrer, Inmaculada Ferriol, Pedro Moreno, José Guerri and Luis Rubio (2011)
Genetic variation and evolutionary analysis of Broad bean wilt virus 2

Journal of General Virology (2011) 92, 210-215
Carmelo López, José Aramburu, Luis Galipienso, Salvador Soler, Fernando Nuez and Luis Rubio (2011)
Evolutionary analysis of tomato Sw-5 resistance-breaking isolates of Tomato spotted wilt virus

Virus Genes (2011) 43, 435-438
E.A. Rangel, A. Alfaro-Fernández, M.I. Font-San-Ambrosio, M. Luis-Arteaga and L. Rubio (2011)
Genetic variability and evolutionary analyses of the coat protein gene of Tomato mosaic virus

Australasian Plant Pathology (2010) 39, 120-124
F.M. Ochoa-Corona, J. Tang, B.S.M. Lebas, L. Rubio, A. Gera and B.J.R. Alexander (2010)
Diagnosis of Broad bean wilt virus 1 and Verbena latent virus in Tropaeolum majus in New Zealand

Virus Genes (2009) 39, 256-260
Luis Galipienso, Luis Rubio, Carmelo López, Salvador Soler and José Aramburu (2009)
Complete nucleotide sequence of a Spanish isolate of Parietaria mottle virus infecting tomato

Journal of Plant Pathology (2009) 91, 475-478
B. Belliure, M. Gómez-Zambrano, I. Ferriol, M. La Spina, L. Alcácer, D.E. Debreczeni and L. Rubio (2009)
Comparative transmission efficiency of two Broad bean wilt virus 1 isolates by Myzus persicae and Aphis gossypii

Journal of General Virology (2009) 90, 1527-1538
Susana Martín, Adrián Sambade, Luis Rubio, María C. Vives, Patricia Moya, José Guerri, Santiago F. Elena and Pedro Moreno (2009)
Contribution of recombination and selection to molecular evolution of Citrus tristeza virus

Archives of Virology (2008) 153, 343-349
T. Fernández-Rodríguez, L. Rubio, O. Carballo and E. Marys (2008)
Genetic variation of Papaya ringspot virus in Venezuela

Phytopathology (2007) 97, 1004-1010
Mónica Gandía, Lucía Bernad, Luis Rubio and Núria Duran-Vila (2007)
Host effect on the molecular and biological properties of a Citrus exocortis viroid isolate from Vicia faba

Journal of General Virology (2006) 87, 3097-3102
Susana Martín, María Laura García, Antonella Troisi, Luis Rubio, Gonzalo Legarreta, Oscar Grau, Daniela Alioto, Pedro Moreno and José Guerri (2006)
Genetic variation of populations of Citrus psorosis virus

Virus Genes (2006) 32, 119-128
María A. Ayllón, Luis Rubio, Vicente Sentandreu, Andrés Moya, José Guerri and Pedro Moreno (2006)
Variations in two gene sequences of Citrus tristeza virus after host passage

Archives of Virology (2006) 151, 875-894
V. Sentandreu, J.A. Castro, M.A. Ayllón, L. Rubio, J. Guerri, F. González-Candelas, P. Moreno and A. Moya (2006)
Evolutionary analysis of genetic variation observed in Citrus tristeza virus (CTV) after host passage

Archives of Virology (2005) 150, 1945-1957
M. Gandía, L. Rubio, A. Palacio and N. Duran-Vila (2005)
Genetic variation and population structure of an isolate of Citrus exocortis viroid (CEVd) and of the progenies of two infectious sequence variants

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2005) 111, 289-293
Salvatore Davino, Luis Rubio and Mario Davino (2005)
Molecular analysis suggests that recent Citrus tristeza virus outbreaks in Italy were originated by at least two independent introductions

Archives of Virology (2005) 150, 2109-2116
R.M. Ferrer, J. Guerri, M.S. Luis-Arteaga, P. Moreno and L. Rubio (2005)
The complete sequence of a Spanish isolate of Broad bean wilt virus 1 (BBWV-1) reveals a high variability and conserved motifs in the genus Fabavirus

Journal of General Virology (2003) 84, 249-258
Han-Xin Lin, Luis Rubio, Ashleigh Smythe, Manuel Jiminez and Bryce W. Falk (2003)
Genetic diversity and biological variation among California isolates of Cucumber mosaic virus

Plant Pathology (2003) 52, 763-769
L. Rubio, J.R. Herrero, J. Sarrió, P. Moreno and J. Guerri (2003)
A new approach to evaluate relative resistance and tolerance of tomato cultivars to begomoviruses causing the tomato yellow leaf curl disease in Spain

Journal of Plant Pathology (2003) 85, p. 306 (Davino et al.)
S. Davino, L. Rubio, V. Savino and M. Davino (2003)
Genetic variation of Citrus tristeza virus discovered in citrus orchards in Italy
X Meeting, Italian Society for Plant Pathology (poster)

Archives of Virology (2003) 148, 2325-2340
A. Sambade, C. López, L. Rubio, R. Flores, J. Guerri and P. Moreno (2003)
Polymorphism of a specific region in gene p23 of Citrus tristeza virus allows discrimination between mild and severe isolates

Plant Disease (2002) 86, p. 698 (Rubio et al.)
L. Rubio, M. Luis-Arteaga, M. Cambra, J. Serra, P. Moreno and J. Guerri (2002)
First report of Broad bean wilt virus 1 in Spain

Molecular Plant Pathology (2002) 3, 321-327
Luis Rubio, Tongyan Tian, Hsin-Hung Yeh, Yannis Livieratos and Bryce W. Falk (2002)
De novo generation of Lettuce infectious yellows virus defective RNAs in protoplasts

Journal of General Virology (2002) 83, 2587-2591
María C. Vives, Luis Rubio, Luis Galipienso, Luis Navarro, Pedro Moreno and José Guerri (2002)
Low genetic variation between isolates of Citrus leaf blotch virus from different host species and of different geographical origins

Plant Pathology (2002) 51, 257-265
A. Sambade, L. Rubio, S.M. Garnsey, N. Costa, G.W. Müller, M. Peyrou, J. Guerri and P. Moreno (2002)
Comparison of viral RNA populations of pathogenically distinct isolates of Citrus tristeza virus : application to monitoring cross-protection

Journal of Virology (2001) 75, 8054-8062
Luis Rubio, María Angeles Ayllón, Ping Kong, Andres Fernández, MaryLou Polek, José Guerri, Pedro Moreno and Bryce W. Falk (2001)
Genetic variation of Citrus tristeza virus isolates from California and Spain: Evidence for mixed infections and recombination

Journal of General Virology (2001) 82, 929-933
Luis Rubio, Yusuf Abou-Jawdah, Han-Xin Lin and Bryce W. Falk (2001)
Geographically distant isolates of the crinivirus Cucurbit yellow stunting disorder virus show very low genetic diversity in the coat protein gene

Plant Disease (2000) 84, p. 100 (Kao et al.)
J. Kao, L. Jia, T. Tian, L. Rubio and B.W. Falk (2000)
First report of Cucurbit yellow stunting disorder virus (genus Crinivirus) in North America

Virus Genes (2000) 21, 139-145
Ping Kong, Luis Rubio, Marlou Polek and Bryce W. Falk (2000)
Population structure and genetic diversity within California Citrus tristeza virus (CTV) isolates

Plant Pathology (2000) 49, 288-294
F. d'Urso, M.A. Ayllón, L. Rubio, A. Sambade, A. Hermoso de Mendoza, J. Guerri and P. Moreno (2000)
Contribution of uneven distribution of genomic RNA variants of Citrus tristeza virus (CTV) within the plant to changes in the viral population following aphid transmission

Journal of Virology (2000) 74, 5762-5768
Hsin Hung Yeh, Tongyan Tian, Luis Rubio, Brett Crawford and Bryce W. Falk (2000)
Asynchronous accumulation of Lettuce infectious yellows virus RNAs 1 and 2 and identification of an RNA 1 trans enhancer of RNA 2 accumulation

Journal of General Virology (1999) 80, 811-816
M.C. Vives, L. Rubio, C. Lopez, J. Navas-Castillo, M.R. Albiach-Marti, W.O. Dawson, J. Guerri, R. Flores and P. Moreno (1999)
The complete genome sequence of the major component of a mild Citrus tristeza virus isolate

Journal of General Virology (1999) 80, 1111-1117
T. Tian, L. Rubio, H.H. Yeh, B. Crawford and B.W. Falk (1999)
Lettuce infectious yellows virus: in vitro acquisition analysis using partially purified virions and the whitefly Bemisia tabaci

Phytopathology (1999) 89, 707-711
Luis Rubio, Joyce Soong, John Kao and Bryce W. Falk (1999)
Geographic distribution and molecular variation of isolates of three whitefly-borne closteroviruses of cucurbits: lettuce infectious yellows virus, Cucurbit yellow stunting disorder virus, and Beet pseudo-yellows virus

Annals of Applied Biology (1996) 129, 479-489
Luis Rubio, M. Angeles Ayllón, José Guerri, Hannu Pappu, Chuck Niblett and Pedro Moreno (1996)
Differentiation of citrus tristeza closterovirus (CTV) isolates by single-strand conformation polymorphism analysis of the coat protein gene