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Disease relevance of Tospovirus


High impact information on Tospovirus

  • This peptide of 29 aa strongly interacts with the nucleocapsid proteins (N) of different tospoviruses [4].
  • The nonstructural NSm protein of tomato spotted wilt tospovirus (TSWV) represents a putative viral movement protein involved in cell-to-cell movement of nonenveloped ribonucleocapsid structures [5].
  • The movement protein NSm of tomato spotted wilt tospovirus (TSWV): RNA binding, interaction with the TSWV N protein, and identification of interacting plant proteins [5].
  • We show that constitutive expression of the NSM viral movement protein (MP) of tomato spotted wilt virus in Nicotiana tabacum is sufficient to induce severe, infection-like symptoms, including pronounced deficiencies in root and shoot development [6].
  • Expression and characterization of a soluble form of tomato spotted wilt virus glycoprotein GN [7].

Chemical compound and disease context of Tospovirus


Gene context of Tospovirus


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Tospovirus


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