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A systems biology approach to the evolution of plant–virus interactions

AutorElena, Santiago F. ; Carrera, Javier ; Rodrigo, Guillermo
Palabras claveGene-expression profile
Cucumber mosaic virus
Fecha de publicaciónago-2011
CitaciónCurrent Opinion in Plant Biology 14/4:372-377 (2011)
ResumenOmic approaches to the analysis of plant-virus interactions are becoming increasingly popular. These types of data, in combination with models of interaction networks, will aid in revealing not only host components that are important for the virus life cycle, but also general patterns about the way in which different viruses manipulate host regulation of gene expression for their own benefit and possible mechanisms by which viruses evade host defenses. Here, we review studies identifying host genes regulated by viruses and discuss how these genes integrate in host regulatory and interaction networks, with a particular focus on the physical properties of these networks.
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