References: Benyviridae

References: Benyviridae

Bouzoubaa, S., Niesbach-Klosgen, U., Jupin, I., Guilley, H., Richards, K. & Jonard, G. (1991). Shortened forms of beet necrotic yellow vein virus RNA-3 and -4: internal deletions and a subgenomic RNA. J Gen Virol 72 ( Pt 2), 259-266. [PubMed]

Chiba, S., Hleibieh, K., Delbianco, A., Klein, E., Ratti, C., Ziegler-Graff, V., Bouzoubaa, S. & Gilmer, D. (2013). The benyvirus RNA silencing suppressor is essential for long-distance movement, requires both zinc-finger and NoLS basic residues but not a nucleolar localization for its silencing-suppression activity. Mol Plant-Microbe Interact 26, 168-181. [PubMed]

D'Alonzo, M., Delbianco, A., Lanzoni, C., Autonell, C. R., Gilmer, D. & Ratti, C. (2012). Beet soil-borne mosaic virus RNA-4 encodes a 32 kDa protein involved in symptom expression and in virus transmission through Polymyxa betae. Virology 423, 187-194. [PubMed]

Gilmer, D., Bouzoubaa, S., Hehn, A., Guilley, H., Richards, K. & Jonard, G. (1992). Efficient cell-to-cell movement of beet necrotic yellow vein virus requires 3' proximal genes located on RNA 2. Virology 189, 40-47. [PubMed]

Heidel, G. B., Rush, C. M., Kendall, T. L., Lommel, S. A. & French, R. C. (1997). Characteristics of Beet soilborne mosaic virus, a Furo-like virus infecting sugar beet. Plant Dis 81, 1070-1076.

Kiguchi, T., Saito, M. & Tamada, T. (1996). Nucleotide sequence analysis of RNA-5 of five isolates of beet necrotic yellow vein virus and the identity of a deletion mutant. J Gen Virol 77 575-580. [PubMed]

Kondo, H., Hirano, S., Chiba, S., Andika, I. B., Hirai, M., Maeda, T. & Tamada, T. (2013). Characterization of burdock mottle virus, a novel member of the genus Benyvirus, and the identification of benyvirus-related sequences in the plant and insect genomes. Virus Res 177, 75-86. [PubMed]

Lauber, E., Guilley, H., Tamada, T., Richards, K. E. & Jonard, G. (1998). Vascular movement of beet necrotic yellow vein virus in Beta macrocarpa is probably dependent on an RNA 3 sequence domain rather than a gene product. J Gen Virol 79, 385-393. [PubMed]

Lozano, I. & Morales, F. (2009). Molecular characterisation of Rice stripe necrosis virus as a new species of the genus Benyvirus. Eur J Plant Pathol 124, 673-680.

Pakdel, A., Mounier, C., Klein, E., Hleibieh, K., Monsion, B., Mutterer, J., Erhardt, M., Bouzoubaa, S., Ratti, C. & Gilmer, D. (2015). On the interaction and localization of the beet necrotic yellow vein virus replicase. Virus Res 196, 94-104. [PubMed]

Peltier, C., Klein, E., Hleibieh, K., D'Alonzo, M., Hammann, P., Bouzoubaa, S., Ratti, C. & Gilmer, D. (2012). Beet necrotic yellow vein virus subgenomic RNA3 is a cleavage product leading to stable non-coding RNA required for long-distance movement. J Gen Virol 93, 1093-1102. [PubMed]

Ratti, C., Hleibieh, K., Bianchi, L., Schirmer, A., Autonell, C. R. & Gilmer, D. (2009). Beet soil-borne mosaic virus RNA-3 is replicated and encapsidated in the presence of BNYVV RNA-1 and -2 and allows long distance movement in Beta macrocarpa. Virology 385, 392-399. [PubMed]

Saito, M., Kiguchi, T., Kusume, T. & Tamada, T. (1996). Complete nucleotide sequence of the Japanese isolate S of beet necrotic yellow vein virus RNA and comparison with European isolates. Arch Virol 141, 2163-2175. [PubMed]

Steven, A. C., Trus, B. L., Putz, C. & Wurtz, M. (1981). The molecular organization of beet necrotic yellow vein virus. Virology 113, 428-438. [PubMed]

Tamada, T., Schmitt, C., Saito, M., Guilley, H., Richards, K. & Jonard, G. (1996). High resolution analysis of the readthrough domain of beet necrotic yellow vein virus readthrough protein: a KTER motif is important for efficient transmission of the virus by Polymyxa betae. J Gen Virol 77 1359-1367. [PubMed]