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Disease relevance of Granulovirus


High impact information on Granulovirus

  • Poly(A)+ RNA was isolated from Pieris rapae granulosis virus (PrGV)-infected P. rapae larvae at times early (40 h postinoculation) and late (88 h postinoculation) in larval infection [4].
  • One of these, SeMNPV ORF17/18 (Se17/18) shares 55% amino acid similarity to ORF129 of Xestia c-nigrum granulovirus (XcGV) [5].
  • Phylogenetic trees of the granulovirus genes egt, granulin, pk-1 and me53 were constructed using maximum parsimony and distance analyses [6].
  • In the present study, a recombinant putative DNA helicase (rP137) of Trichoplusia ni granulovirus (TnGV) was purified from insect cells infected with a recombinant Autographa californica multicapsid nucleopolyhedrovirus that overproduced rP137 [7].
  • Database searching revealed that part of a published DNA sequence from Cryptophlebia leucotreta granulovirus appears to encode the N-terminal region of EGT, and the relative genomic locations of the egt and granulin genes in that virus were compared with their positions in LoGV [8].

Chemical compound and disease context of Granulovirus

  • Trichoplusia ni granulosis virus granulin: a phenol-soluble, phosphorylated protein [9].
  • The effect of sucrose content of diets on susceptibility to granulosis virus disease in Pieris brassicae [10].
  • The protective treatments were cold storage (10 degrees C), controlled atmosphere (5% O2) storage, and application of the Indianmeal moth granulosis virus, and were designed to prevent establishment of Indianmeal moth, Plodia interpunctella (Hübner) [11].
  • Reactivity of amino groups, phenoxy groups of tyrosine residues and some other charged groups of Tricoplusia ni granulosis virus granulin, which had rigid subunit structure abundant in beta-configuration, was investigated [12].

Biological context of Granulovirus


Gene context of Granulovirus


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Granulovirus


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