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  1. Transgenic expression of the Agrobacterium tumefaciens single-stranded DNA binding protein VirE2 provides resistance to both bipartite and monopartite betasatellite-associated begomoviruses in Nicotiana benthamiana
  2. Effects of the transient expression of heterologous RNA virus-encoded silencing suppressors on the infectivity and systemic movement of tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus
  3. Codiaeum variegatum in Pakistan harbours pedilanthus leaf curl virus and papaya leaf curl virus as well as a newly identified betasatellite
  4. Tolerance to tomato leaf curl New Delhi begomovirus in transgenic Nicotiana benthamiana expressing the phage M13 gene 5 (G5), an ssDNA binding protein
  5. Detection and molecular characterization of Clerodendron yellow mosaic virus infecting Volkameria inermis in Pakistan
  6. Frequent occurrence of Mungbean yellow mosaic India virus in tomato leaf curl disease affected tomato in Oman
  7. Molecular and biological characterization of Chilli leaf curl virus and associated Tomato leaf curl betasatellite infecting tobacco in Oman
  8. Multiple alphasatellites associated with Papaya leaf curl virus and Croton yellow mosaic betasatellite in Croton bonplandianus: first identification of Ageratum yellow vein Singapore alphasatellite in Pakistan
  9. Identification of two further agriculturally important begomoviruses and their associated satellites infecting the weed Digera arvensis in Pakistan
  10. Identification of pea leaf distortion virus and Ludwigia leaf distortion betasatellite associated with yellow leaf curl disease of lima bean in Nepal
  11. The V2 protein encoded by a monopartite begomovirus is a suppressor of both post-transcriptional and transcriptional gene silencing activity
  12. Identification of Chilli leaf curl virus associated with tomato leaf curl betasatellite infecting Mentha in Oman
  13. The antisense 5' end of the V2 gene confers enhanced resistance against the monopartite begomovirus cotton leaf curl Kokhran virus-Burewala strain
  14. Use of the cotton leaf curl Multan alphasatellite as a silencing or expression vector
  15. Transmission of cotton leaf curl disease: answer to a long-standing question
  16. Infection of Urtica incisa with chili leaf curl virus and tomato leaf curl betasatellite in Oman
  17. Identification of a dicot infecting mastrevirus along with alpha- and betasatellite associated with leaf curl disease of spinach (Spinacia oleracea) in Pakistan
  18. Evaluation of carbon nanotube based copper nanoparticle composite for the efficient detection of agroviruses
  19. Maintenance of Cotton Leaf Curl Multan Betasatellite by Tomato Leaf Curl New Delhi Virus—Analysis by Mutation
  20. Identification of a distinct strain of Cotton leaf curl Gezira virus infecting tomato in Oman
  21. The Rep proteins encoded by alphasatellites restore expression of a transcriptionally silenced green fluorescent protein transgene in Nicotiana benthamiana
  22. Diversity and Distribution of Cryptic Species of the Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) complex in Pakistan
  23. Real-time quantitative PCR assay for the quantification of virus and satellites causing leaf curl disease in cotton in Pakistan
  24. Further changes in the cotton leaf curl disease complex: an indication of things to come?
  25. Capulavirus and Grablovirus: two new genera in the family Geminiviridae
  26. Identification ofMungbean yellow mosaic Indian virusAssociated with Tomato Leaf Curl Betasatellite InfectingPhaseolus vulgarisin Oman
  27. ICTV Virus Taxonomy Profile: Geminiviridae
  28. Engineering Dual Begomovirus- Bemisia tabaci Resistance in Plants
  29. Begomovirus and Associated Satellite Components Infecting Cluster Bean (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) in Pakistan
  30. Molecular characterization of a distinct monopartite begomovirus associated with betasatellites and alphasatellites infecting Pisum sativum in Nepal
  31. Diversity of alphasatellites associated with cotton leaf curl disease in Pakistan
  32. Infectivity, effects on helper viruses and whitefly transmission of the deltasatellites associated with sweepoviruses (genus Begomovirus, family Geminiviridae)
  33. G5, a Phage Single-Stranded DNA-Binding Protein, Fused with a Nuclear Localization Signal, Attenuates Symptoms and Reduces Begomovirus-Betasatellite Accumulation in Transgenic Plants
  34. Frequent Occurrence of Tomato Leaf Curl New Delhi Virus in Cotton Leaf Curl Disease Affected Cotton in Pakistan
  35. The 35-amino acid C2 protein of Cotton leaf curl Kokhran virus, Burewala, implicated in resistance breaking in cotton, retains some activities of the full-length protein
  36. Characterization of Non-coding DNA Satellites Associated with Sweepoviruses (Genus Begomovirus, Geminiviridae) – Definition of a Distinct Class of Begomovirus-Associated Satellites
  37. Virus-Induced Gene Silencing in Cultivated Cotton (Gossypium spp.) Using Tobacco Rattle Virus
  38. Functional Analysis of Cotton Leaf Curl Kokhran Virus/Cotton Leaf Curl Multan Betasatellite RNA Silencing Suppressors
  39. Revision of Begomovirus taxonomy based on pairwise sequence comparisons
  40. RNA interference-based resistance in transgenic tomato plants against Tomato yellow leaf curl virus-Oman (TYLCV-OM) and its associated betasatellite
  41. Ageratum enation virus—A Begomovirus of Weeds with the Potential to Infect Crops
  42. Light-dependent segregation of begomoviruses in Asystasia gangetica leaves
  43. Molecular identification and biological characterisation of a begomovirus associated with okra enation leaf curl disease in India
  44. Identification of an Australian-like dicot-infecting mastrevirus in Pakistan
  45. Characterization of Tomato yellow leaf curl virus and associated alphasatellite infecting Cucurbita maxima in Japan
  46. Effects of genetic changes to the begomovirus/betasatellite complex causing cotton leaf curl disease in South Asia post-resistance breaking
  47. Regional Changes in the Sequence of Cotton Leaf Curl Multan Betasatellite
  48. Identification of a distinct strain of cotton leaf curl Burewala virus
  49. An analysis of the resistance of Gossypium arboreum to cotton leaf curl disease by grafting
  50. Is recombinant begomoviruses will increase in the future?
  51. Oman: a case for a sink of begomoviruses of geographically diverse origins
  52. A Distinct Strain of Chickpea chlorotic dwarf virus Infecting Pepper in Oman
  53. Association of an Alphasatellite with Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus and Ageratum Yellow Vein Virus in Japan Is Suggestive of a Recent Introduction
  54. Identification of a disease complex involving a novel monopartite begomovirus with beta- and alphasatellites associated with okra leaf curl disease in Oman
  55. A distinct strain of chickpea chlorotic dwarf virus (genus Mastrevirus, family Geminiviridae) identified in cotton plants affected by leaf curl disease
  56. A Distinct Strain of Tomato leaf curl Sudan virus Causes Tomato Leaf Curl Disease in Oman
  57. Genetic diversity and distribution of a distinct strain of Chili leaf curl virus and associated betasatellite infecting tomato and pepper in Oman
  58. Recent evolution of a novel begomovirus causing tomato leaf curl disease in the Al-Batinah region of Oman
  59. Evidence that dicot-infecting mastreviruses are particularly prone to inter-species recombination and have likely been circulating in Australia for longer than in Africa and the Middle East
  60. A recombinant begomovirus resulting from exchange of the C4 gene
  61. Complete nucleotide sequence of a monopartite Begomovirus and associated satellites infecting Carica papaya in Nepal
  62. A genome-wide pairwise-identity-based proposal for the classification of viruses in the genus Mastrevirus (family Geminiviridae)
  63. Cotton leaf curl disease - an emerging threat to cotton production worldwide
  64. Infection of tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus (ToLCNDV), a bipartite begomovirus with betasatellites, results in enhanced level of helper virus components and antagonistic interaction between DNA B and betasatellites
  65. Artificial microRNA-mediated resistance against the monopartite begomovirus Cotton leaf curl Burewala virus
  66. Identification of Cotton leaf curl Gezira virus in Papaya in Oman
  67. Introduction of East African cassava mosaic Zanzibar virus to Oman harks back to “Zanzibar, the capital of Oman”
  68. Effects of the mutation of selected genes of Cotton leaf curl Kokhran virus on infectivity, symptoms and the maintenance of Cotton leaf curl Multan betasatellite
  69. A Melting Pot of Old World Begomoviruses and Their Satellites Infecting a Collection of Gossypium Species in Pakistan
  70. Complete Nucleotide Sequence of Watermelon Chlorotic Stunt Virus Originating from Oman
  71. Letter to the Editor: Mastrevirus sequences in a begomovirus-infected plant
  72. Transcript mapping of Cotton leaf curl Burewala virus and its cognate betasatellite, Cotton leaf curl Multan betasatellite
  73. Xanthium strumarium: a weed host of components of begomovirus–betasatellite complexes affecting crops
  74. Suppressors of RNA Silencing Encoded by the Components of the Cotton Leaf Curl Begomovirus-BetaSatellite Complex
  75. Reconstructing the History of Maize Streak Virus Strain A Dispersal To Reveal Diversification Hot Spots and Its Origin in Southern Africa
  76. The Merging of Two Dynasties—Identification of an African Cotton Leaf Curl Disease-Associated Begomovirus with Cotton in Pakistan
  77. Evolutionary Time-Scale of the Begomoviruses: Evidence from Integrated Sequences in the Nicotiana Genome
  78. Complete nucleotide sequence of a begomovirus and associated betasatellite infecting croton (Croton bonplandianus) in Pakistan
  79. Recombination patterns in dicot-infecting mastreviruses mirror those found in monocot-infecting mastreviruses
  80. Analysis of the sequence of a dicot-infecting mastrevirus (family Geminiviridae) originating from Syria
  81. βC1 encoded by tomato yellow leaf curl China betasatellite forms multimeric complexes in vitro and in vivo
  82. A common set of developmental miRNAs are upregulated in Nicotiana benthamiana by diverse begomoviruses
  83. Infectious clones of Tomato leaf curl Palampur virus with a defective DNA B and their pseudo-recombination with Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus
  84. RNA interference-based resistance against a legume mastrevirus
  85. Comparison of phenotypes produced in response to transient expression of genes encoded by four distinct begomoviruses in Nicotiana benthamiana and their correlation with the levels of developmental miRNAs
  86. Diversity and phylogeography of begomovirus-associated beta satellites of okra in India
  87. Reactions of Nicotiana species to inoculation with monopartite and bipartite begomoviruses
  88. Selection of target sequences as well as sequence identity determine the outcome of RNAi approach for resistance against cotton leaf curl geminivirus complex
  89. Identification of a major pathogenicity determinant and suppressors of RNA silencing encoded by a South Pacific isolate of Banana bunchy top virus originating from Pakistan
  90. Bromus catharticus striate mosaic virus: a new mastrevirus infecting Bromus catharticus from Australia
  91. An unusual alphasatellite associated with monopartite begomoviruses attenuates symptoms and reduces betasatellite accumulation
  92. Complete nucleotide sequences of a distinct bipartite begomovirus, bitter gourd yellow vein virus, infecting Momordica charantia
  93. Cotton leaf curl disease in Sindh province of Pakistan is associated with recombinant begomovirus components
  94. Post-transcriptional gene silencing suppressor activity of two non-pathogenic alphasatellites associated with a begomovirus
  95. Cotton leaf curl disease in resistant cotton is associated with a single begomovirus that lacks an intact transcriptional activator protein
  96. Turnip curly top virus, a highly divergent geminivirus infecting turnip in Iran
  97. Both malvaceous and non-malvaceous betasatellites are associated with two wild cotton species grown under field conditions in Pakistan
  98. A novel species of mastrevirus (family Geminiviridae) isolated from Digitaria didactyla grass from Australia
  99. Genetic diversity and phylogeography of begomoviruses infecting legumes in Pakistan
  100. Chili leaf curl betasatellite is associated with a distinct recombinant begomovirus, Pepper leaf curl Lahore virus, in Capsicum in Pakistan
  101. Characterization of begomovirus components from a weed suggests that begomoviruses may associate with multiple distinct DNA satellites
  102. The hypersensitive response induced by the V2 protein of a monopartite begomovirus is countered by the C2 protein
  103. Distinct evolutionary histories of the DNA-A and DNA-B components of bipartite begomoviruses
  104. Pepper leaf curl Lahore virus requires the DNA B component of Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus to cause leaf curl symptoms
  105. Transient expression of βC1 protein differentially regulates host genes related to stress response, chloroplast and mitochondrial functions
  106. Molecular characterisation and infectivity of a “Legumovirus” (genus Begomovirus: family Geminiviridae) infecting the leguminous weed Rhynchosia minima in Pakistan
  107. A Single Species of Betasatellite is Prevalent in Chilli across North Central Pakistan and Shows Phylogeographic Segregation
  108. Maintenance of an Old World Betasatellite by a New World Helper Begomovirus and Possible Rapid Adaptation of the Betasatellite
  109. Diverse and recombinant DNA betasatellites are associated with a begomovirus disease complex of Digera arvensis, a weed host
  110. Association of a Distinct Begomovirus and a Betasatellite with Leaf Curl Symptoms inPedilanthus tithymaloides
  111. Complete nucleotide sequence of chili leaf curl virus and its associated satellites naturally infecting potato in Pakistan
  112. Comparative analysis of Panicum streak virus and Maize streak virus diversity, recombination patterns and phylogeography
  113. Experimental evidence indicating that mastreviruses probably did not co-diverge with their hosts
  114. Replication promiscuity of DNA-  satellites associated with monopartite begomoviruses; deletion mutagenesis of the Ageratum yellow vein virus DNA-  satellite localizes sequences involved in replication
  115. Recombination, decreased host specificity and increased mobility may have driven the emergence of maize streak virus as an agricultural pathogen
  116. Diversity of begomoviruses associated with mosaic disease of cultivated cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) and its wild relative (Manihot glaziovii Mull. Arg.) in Uganda
  117. Two dicot-infecting mastreviruses (family Geminiviridae) occur in Pakistan
  118. Satellite DNA β overrides the pathogenicity phenotype of the C4 gene of tomato leaf curl virus but does not compensate for loss of function of the coat protein and V2 genes
  119. Molecular and biological characterization of Macroptilium yellow mosaic virus from Jamaica
  120. Cowpea golden mosaic disease in Gujarat is caused by a Mungbean yellow mosaic India virus isolate with a DNA B variant
  121. Geminivirus strain demarcation and nomenclature
  122. Recommendations for the classification and nomenclature of the DNA-β satellites of begomoviruses
  123. Size reversion of a truncated DNAβ associated with Tobacco curly shoot virus
  124. The Hypersensitive Response to Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus Nuclear Shuttle Protein Is Inhibited by Transcriptional Activator Protein
  125. Molecular characterisation of Banana bunchy top virus (BBTV) from Pakistan
  126. Contribution of the satellite encoded gene βC1 to cotton leaf curl disease symptoms
  127. Complete nucleotide sequences of cotton leaf curl Rajasthan virus and its associated DNA β molecule infecting tomato
  128. Legume yellow mosaic viruses: genetically isolated begomoviruses
  129. RNAi-mediated male sterility of tobacco by silencing TA29
  130. Infectivity, pseudorecombination and mutagenesis of Kenyan cassava mosaic begomoviruses
  131. Deletion and recombination events between the DNA-A and DNA-B components of Indian cassava-infecting geminiviruses generate defective molecules in Nicotiana benthamiana
  132. First report of Mungbean yellow mosaic India virus on mothbean in Pakistan
  133. Engineering novel traits in plants through RNA interference
  134. Genetic diversity and phylogeography of cassava mosaic viruses in Kenya
  135. Spider Venom Toxin Protects Plants from Insect Attack
  136. First Report of Cotton Leaf Curl Disease in Central and Southern Sindh Province in Pakistan
  137. Mobilisation into cotton and spread of a recombinant cotton leaf curl disease satellite
  138. Geminivirus disease complexes: the threat is spreading
  139. A severe outbreak of melon yellow mosaic disease caused by Zucchini yellow mosaic virus in the Punjab province of Pakistan.
  140. First report of Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus infecting Eclipta prostrata in Pakistan.
  141. Occurrence of Sweet potato leaf curl virus in Sicily.
  142. Subviral agents associated with plant single-stranded DNA viruses
  143. Identification of a second begomovirus, Sri Lankan cassava mosaic virus, causing cassava mosaic disease in India
  144. Biolistic infection of cassava using cloned components of Indian cassava mosaic virus
  145. Cotton leaf curl Gezira virus-satellite DNAs represent a divergent, geographically isolated Nile Basin lineage: predictive identification of a satDNA REP-binding motif
  146. First report of a begomovirus associated with leaf curl disease of Duranta erecta in Pakistan
  147. A PCR-Based Method, With Internal Control, for the Detection of Banana Bunchy Top Virus in Banana
  148. First report of Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus affecting chilli pepper in Pakistan
  149. East African cassava mosaic Zanzibar virus ? a recombinant begomovirus species with a mild phenotype
  150. Diversity of DNA 1: a satellite-like molecule associated with monopartite begomovirus–DNA β complexes
  151. Diversity of begomovirus DNA � satellites of non-malvaceous plants in east and south east Asia
  152. Occurrence of South African cassava mosaic virus (SACMV) in Zimbabwe
  153. Breakdown of resistance in cotton to cotton leaf curl disease in Pakistan
  154. First report of cotton leaf curl disease affecting chili peppers
  155. Occurrence of East African cassava mosaic Zanzibar virus (EACMZV) in coastal Kenya
  156. Cotton leaf curl disease, a multicomponent begomovirus complex
  157. Cotton leaf curl disease is associated with multiple monopartite begomoviruses supported by single DNA ?
  158. Diversity of DNA β, a satellite molecule associated with some monopartite begomoviruses
  159. Characterisation of pumpkin yellow vein mosaic virus from India
  160. Geminivirus disease complexes: an emerging threat
  161. Virology division news : Revision of taxonomic criteria for species demarcation in the family Geminiviridae , and an updated list of begomovirus species
  162. Universal Primers for the PCR-Mediated Amplification of DNA 1: A Satellite-Like Molecule Associated with Begomovirus-DNA Beta Complexes
  163. Association of a Monopartite Begomovirus Producing Subgenomic DNA and a Distinct DNA Beta on Croton bonplandianus Showing Yellow Vein Symptoms in Pakistan
  164. Characterisation of Sri Lankan Cassava Mosaic Virus and Indian Cassava Mosaic Virus: Evidence for Acquisition of a DNA B Component by a Monopartite Begomovirus
  165. Universal Primers for the PCR-Mediated Amplification of DNA β A Molecule Associated with Some Monopartite Begomoviruses
  166. Exchange of Three Amino Acids in the Coat Protein Results in Efficient Whitefly Transmission of a Nontransmissible Abutilon Mosaic Virus Isolate
  167. Complementation of bipartite begomovirus movement functions by topocuviruses and curtoviruses
  168. Identification of DNA Components Required for Induction of Cotton Leaf Curl Disease
  169. Cotton leaf curl virus disease
  170. A unique virus complex causes Ageratum yellow vein disease
  171. Association of a Begomovirus and Nanovirus-like Molecule with Ageratum Yellow Vein Disease in Pakistan
  172. Identification of a Novel Circular Single-Stranded DNA Associated with Cotton Leaf Curl Disease in Pakistan
  173. The Partial Characterization of a Badnavirus Infecting the Greater Asiatic or Water Yam (Dioscorea alata)
  174. The Partial Characterization of a Badnavirus Infecting the Greater Asiatic or Water Yam (Dioscorea alata)
  175. Infectivity of African cassava mosaic virus clones to cassava by biolistic inoculation
  176. Efficient whitefly transmission of African cassava mosaic geminivirus requires sequences from both genomic components.
  177. Analysis of the Nucleotide Sequence of the Treehopper-Transmitted Geminivirus, Tomato Pseudo-Curly Top Virus, Suggests a Recombinant Origin
  178. A streak disease of pearl millet caused by a leafhopper-transmitted geminivirus
  179. Use of PCR in the detection and characterization of geminiviruses
  180. Geminivirus transmission and biological characterisation of Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) biotypes from different geographic regions
  181. Analysis of the genetic variability of maize streak virus
  182. Differentiation of three whitefly-transmitted geminiviruses from the Republic of Yemen
  183. Universal primers for the PCR amplification of dicot-lnfecting geminiviruses
  184. Rapid production of full-length, infectious geminivirus clones by abutting primer PCR (AbP-PCR)
  185. The nucleotide sequence of an infectious insect-transmissible clone of the geminivirus Panicum streak virus
  186. Geminivirus coat protein gene replacement alters insect specificity
  187. The coat protein of beet curly top virus is essential for infectivity