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Identification and characterization of host proteins interacting with NSm, the Tomato spotted wilt virus movement protein

, : Identification and characterization of host proteins interacting with NSm, the Tomato spotted wilt virus movement protein. Plant Protection Science 38(Special 1): 108-111

To search for host proteins involved in systemic spreading of tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV), the virus-encoded NSm movement protein has been utilized as a bait in yeast two-hybrid interaction trap assays. J-domain chaperones from different host species and a protein denominated At-4/1 from Arabidopsis thaliana showing homologies to myosins and kinesins were identified as NSm-interacting partners.


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