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Characterization of typical pepper-isolates of PVY reveals multiple pathotypes within a single genetic strain

AuthorsRomero, Alicia ; Blanco-Urgoiti, B.; Soto, María José; Fereres, Alberto ; Ponz, Fernando
Genetic classification
Issue DateNov-2001
CitationVirus Research, Volume 79, Issues 1-2, 5 November 2001, Pages 71-80
AbstractPotato virus Y (PVY) isolates originally coming from infected pepper plants, were biologically and genetically characterized, especially in comparison with PVY potato-isolates. Pepper PVY isolates could be differentiated from potato isolates in their host range, aphid transmission efficiencies, Mab serology, and genetic status. The genetic distances estimated for PVY pepper-isolates, based on their restrictotypes with five restriction enzymes and on their coat protein gene sequences, indicated that they form a single genetic strain with different pathotypic properties. This situation is essentially different to that of PVY potato-isolates.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0168-1702(01)00300-8
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