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GO:0046740transport of virus in host, cell to cellPMID:28735115IMP: Inferred from Mutant Phenotype P
This annotation made on page: TUMVJ:MVP
By: JonathanMarcias (group Team SEAL Team Ricks) on 2017-11-14 21:24:06 CST.




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Suzialeksander2017-11-20 16:41:05 CSTYou need to be an instructor to view these notes.Acceptable
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DanielRenfro2017-11-20 16:07:47 CST

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Qualifier GO ID GO term name Reference Evidence Code with/from Aspect Notes Status
GO:0046740 transport of virus in host, cell to cell PMID:28735115 IMP: Inferred from Mutant Phenotype P Organism: Turnip mosaic virus (TuMV)

protein is PIPO and is referred to as P3N-PIPO polyprotein in Uniprot. The mutant without PIPO was unable to move. "Confocal microscopy revealed that the PIPO knock-out mutant TuMV-GFP(∆PIPO) was contained in a single cell and lost the ability to move to the neighboring cells 4 days post agroinfiltration (dpa) (Fig. 1B)."Figure 1B clearly shows that transport of the virus from cell to cell is stopped by loss of P3 meaning that P3 is necessary for transport of virus in host from cell to cell. Host: Nicotiana benthamiana||complete
CACAO 12987

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DanielRenfro2017-11-19 14:09:22 CST

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Qualifier GO ID GO term name Reference Evidence Code with/from Aspect Notes Status
GO:0046740 transport of virus in host, cell to cell PMID:28735115 IMP: Inferred from Mutant Phenotype P Organism: Turnip mosaic virus (TuMV)

protein is P3N-PIPO polyprotein but is referred to as P3 or PIPO in the article. The mutant without PIPO was unable to move. "Confocal microscopy revealed that the PIPO knock-out mutant TuMV-GFP(∆PIPO) was contained in a single cell and lost the ability to move to the neighboring cells 4 days post agroinfiltration (dpa) (Fig. 1B)."Figure 1B clearly shows that transport of the virus from cell to cell is stopped by loss of P3 meaning that P3 is necessary for transport of virus in host from cell to cell. Host: Nicotiana benthamiana||complete
CACAO 12987

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Suzialeksander2017-11-16 12:08:49 CSTYou need to be an instructor to view these notes.Requires Changes
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