MOESM1 of Silencing of one copy of the translation initiation factor eIFiso4G in Japanese plum (Prunus salicina) impacts susceptibility to Plum pox virus (PPV) and small RNA production
journal contributionposted on 23.10.2019 by Julia Rubio, Evelyn Sánchez, David Tricon, Christian Montes, Jean-Philippe Eyquard, Aurélie Chague, Carlos Aguirre, Humberto Prieto, Véronique Decroocq
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Additional file 1: Figure S1. DAS-ELISA of wild type and transgenic Japanese plum lines following inoculation with Plum Pox Virus (PPV) over three vegetative cycles. Values represent the mean optical density values of three to four replicates per transgenic line tested for PPV infection over 3 vegetative cycles. AG: ‘Angeleno’ transgenic lines; LA: ‘Larry Ann’ transgenic lines. Numbers starting with 73 were transformed with pH 12-PpeIFiso4G11; 74 with pH 12-PpeIFiso4G10 and 72 with pH 12-PpeIF4G. All plants were grafted on rootstocks infected with PPV-M except NI (non-infected) and the plants noted PPV-D (PPV-D8 and PPV-D RdF Rouge de Fournés isolates).