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PVXPotato Virus X
PVXPlasma Volume Expansion
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Potato virus X (PVX), the most wide spread potato virus worldwide also occupies all potato growing areas of Pakistan and causes mild mosaic, interveinal chlorosis and rugosity and sometimes top necrosis in several solanaceous crops including potato, tomato and tobacco along with some experimental species of the Chenopodiaceae, Amaranthaceae and Fabaceae.
Virus survey for its epidemics in Pakistan: A total of 144 potato leaf samples showing potato virus X symptoms were collected from different regions of the Punjab, Pakistan during November to January 2012-13.
Reverse Transcription and amplification of Potato virus X: Total RNA was extracted from PVX infected plants using TRIZOL reagent (Cat # TR118; Invitrogen) according to manufacturer's instructions.
The deduced sequence was submitted to NCBI Gene bank and accession number: KC757709 was obtained, as being the first full length coat protein gene of potato virus X reported from Pakistan.
In present study sampling of potato leaf showing potato virus X symptoms was done from different regions of Pakistan as done by Park et al.
Biological properties of Potato virus X in potato: Effects of mixed infection with Potato virus S and resistance phenotypes in cultivars from three continents.
Keywords: Solanum commersonii, Potato virus X (PVX), BSA, AFLP.
La infeccion se cuantifico utilizando anticuerpo anti PVX conjugado con fosfatasa alcalina de un kit comercial (Enzyme immunoassay for the in vitro detection of potato virus X, Boehringer Mannheim, Alemania), el cual una vez agregado al sustrato presento un producto de reaccion coloreado en los casos en que habia presencia de virus en la planta.
The coat protein of potato virus X is a strain-specific elicitor of Rx 1-mediated virus resistance in potato.
Coat protein sequence of a resistance-breaking strain of potato virus X isolated in Argentina.
A feature of the coat protein of potato virus X affects both induced virus resistance in potato and viral fitness.
Evaluacion de perdidas ocasionadas en la variedad de papa Purace por los virus "Potato Virus X", "Potato Virus Y" y "Potato Leafroll Virus".