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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: WHEAT STREAK MOSAIC VIRUS INTERACTIONS WITH HOST AND VECTOR

Location: Grain, Forage & Bioenergy Research

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)

Triticum mosaic poacevirus enlists P1 rather than HC-Pro to suppress RNA silencing-mediated host defense     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tatineni, S., Li, R., Qu, F., Morris, J.T., French, R.C. 2012. Triticum mosaic poacevirus enlists P1 rather than HC-Pro to suppress RNA silencing-mediated host defense. Virology. 433: 104-115.
Effects of single and double infections of winter wheat by Triticum mosaic virus and Wheat streak mosaic virus on yield determinants - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Byamukama, E., Tatineni, S., Hein, G., Graybosch, R.A., Baenziger, P., French, R.C., Wegulo, S. 2012. Effects of single and double infections of winter wheat by Triticum mosaic virus and Wheat streak mosaic virus on yield determinants. Plant Disease. 96:859-864.
Tritimovirus P1 functions as a suppressor of RNA silencing and an enhancer of disease symptoms     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Young, B.A., Stenger, D.C., Ou, F., Morris, T., Tatineni, S., French, R.C. 2012. Tritimovirus P1 functions as a suppressor of RNA silencing and an enhancer of disease symptoms. Virus Research. 163: 672-677.
A plant virus evolved by acquiring multiple non-conserved genes to extend its host range     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tatineni, S., Robertson, C.J., Garnsey, S.M., Dawson, W.O. 2011. A plant virus evolved by acquiring multiple non-conserved genes to extend its host range. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 108:42:17366-17371.
Co-inoculation of wheat with Triticum mosaic virus and Wheat streak mosaic virus exacerbates loss of fresh and dry matter - (Abstract Only)
Byamukama, E., Tatineni, S., Hein, G., Wegulo, S. 2011. Co-inoculation of wheat with Triticum mosaic virus and Wheat streak mosaic virus exacerbates loss of fresh and dry matter. American Phytopathological Society Annual Meeting. Phytopathology 101:S24.
The P1 cistron of Triticum mosaic virus (genus Poacevirus; family Potyviridae) is a suppressor of RNA silencing - (Abstract Only)
Tatineni, S., French, R.C. 2011. The P1 cistron of Triticum mosaic virus (genus Poacevirus; family Potyviridae) is a suppressor of RNA silencing. American Society for Virology Meeting. Abstract #Wa-4, page 78.
The N-terminal region of Wheat streak mosaic virus coat protein is a host- and strain-specific long-distance transport factor     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tatineni, S., Van Winkle, D.H., French, R.C. 2011. The N-terminal region of Wheat streak mosaic virus coat protein is a host- and strain-specific long-distance transport factor. Journal of Virology. 85: 1718-1731.
Efficient and stable expression of GFP through Wheat streak mosaic virus-based vectors in cereal hosts using a range of cleavage sites: Formation of dense fluorescent aggregates for sensitive virus tracking     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tatineni, S., Mcmechan, A., Hein, G., French, R.C. 2011. Efficient and stable expression of GFP through Wheat streak mosaic virus-based vectors in cereal hosts using a range of cleavage sites: Formation of dense fluorescent aggregates for sensitive virus tracking. Virology. 410:268-281, doi:10.1016/j.virol.2010.10.043.
GFP is Efficiently Expressed by Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus Using a Range of Tritimovirus NIa Cleavage Sites and Forms Dense Aggregates in Cereal Hosts - (Abstract Only)
Tatineni, S., French, R.C. 2010. GFP is Efficiently Expressed by Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus Using a Range of Tritimovirus NIa Cleavage Sites and Forms Dense Aggregates in Cereal Hosts. American Phytopathological Society Annual Meeting. Phytopathology Volume 100, Page S125.
Heterologous Minor Coat Proteins of Citrus Tristeza Virus Strains Affect Encapsidation, but the Coexpression of HSP70h and p61 Restores Encapsidation to Wild-Type Levels     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tatineni, S., Gowda, S., Dawson, W.O. 2010. Heterologous Minor Coat Proteins of Citrus Tristeza Virus Strains Affect Encapsidation, but the Coexpression of HSP70h and p61 Restores Encapsidation to Wild-Type Levels. Virology. Volume 402:262-270.
Characterization of the Triticum Mosaic Virus Genome and Interactions between Triticum Mosaic Virus and Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus - (Abstract Only)
Tatineni, S., French, R.C. 2011. Characterization of the Triticum Mosaic Virus Genome and Interactions between Triticum Mosaic Virus and Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus. Workshop Proceedings. Abstract presented at Hard Winter Wheat Workers Workshop, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE March 7-9, 2010.
Wheat Cultivar-Specific Disease Synergism and Alteration of Virus Accumulation During Co-Infection with Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus and Triticum Mosaic Virus     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tatineni, S., Graybosch, R.A., Hein, G.L., Wegulo, S.N., French, R.C. 2010. Wheat Cultivar-Specific Disease Synergism and Alteration of Virus Accumulation During Co-Infection with Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus and Triticum Mosaic Virus. Phytopathology, volume 100, pages 230-238.
The Pathogenicity Determinant of Citrus Tristeza Virus Causing the Seedling Yellows Syndrome is Located at the 3’-Terminal Region of the Viral Genome - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Albiach-Marti, M.R., Robertson, C., Gowda, S., Tatineni, S., Belliure, B., Garnsey, S.M., Folimonova, S.Y., Moreno, P., Dawson, W.O. 2010. The Pathogenicity Determinant of Citrus Tristeza Virus Causing the Seedling Yellows Syndrome is Located at the 3’-Terminal Region of the Viral Genome. Molecular Plant Pathology, Volume 11 (1), pages 55-67.
Triticum Mosaic Virus: A Distinct Member of the Family Potyviridae with an Unusually Long Leader Sequence - (Abstract Only)
Tatineni, S., Ziems, D., Wegulo, S.W., French, R.C. 2009. Triticum Mosaic Virus: A Distinct Member of the Family Potyviridae with an Unusually Long Leader Sequence. Phytopathology 99:S127.
Accumulation of a 5’ proximal subgenomic RNA of Citrus tristeza virus is correlated with encapsidation by the minor coat protein     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Gowda, S., Tatineni, S., Folimonova, S.V., Hilf, M.E., Dwason, W.O. 2009. Accumulation of a 5’ proximal subgenomic RNA of Citrus tristeza virus is correlated with encapsidation by the minor coat protein. Virology 389, 122-131.
Triticum Mosaic Virus: A Distinct Member of the Family Potyviridae with an Unusually Long Leader Sequence     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tatineni, S., Ziems, A.D., Wegulo, S.N., French, R.C. 2009. Triticum Mosaic Virus: A Distinct Member of the Family Potyviridae with an Unusually Long Leader Sequence. Phytopathology. 99:943-950.
Molecular Characterization of the Meyer Lemon Isolate of Citrus Tatter Leaf Virus: Complete Genome Sequence and Development of Biologically Active In Vitro Transcripts     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tatineni, S., Afunian, M.R., Hilf, M.E., Gowda, S., Dawson, W.O., Garnsey, S.M. 2009. Molecular Characterization of Citrus tatter leaf virus Historically Associated with Meyer Lemon Trees: Complete Genome Sequence and Development of Biologically Active In Vitro Transcripts. Phytopathology Volume 99, Pages 423-431.
Characterization of the 5’- and 3’-terminal subgenomic RNAs produced by a capillovirus: evidence for a CP subgenomic RNA     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tatineni, S., Afunian, M.R., Gowda, S., Hilf, M.E., Bar-Joseph, M., Dawson, W.O. 2009. Characterization of the 5’- and 3’-terminal subgenomic RNAs produced by a capillovirus: evidence for a CP subgenomic RNA. Virology 385 (2009) 521–528.
Wheat streak mosaic virus genotypes introduced to Argentina are closely related to isolates from the American Pacific Northwest and Australia     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Stenger, D.C., French, R.C. 2009. Wheat streak mosaic virus genotypes introduced to Argentina are closely related to isolates from the American Pacific Northwest and Australia. Archives of Virology: 154:331-336.
In planta distribution and quantification of Asiatic strain of citrus Huanglongbing pathogen - (Abstract Only)
Sagaram, U.S., Tatineni, S., Kim, J., Wang, N. 2008. In planta distribution and quantification of Asiatic strain of citrus Huanglongbing pathogen. American Phytopathological Society Annual Meeting. Phytopathology 98: S128 (2008).
Citrus tristeza virus: survival at the edge of the movement continuum - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Folimonova, S.Y., Folimonov, A.S., Tatineni, S., Dawson, W.O. 2008. Citrus tristeza virus: survival at the edge of the movement continuum. Journal of Virology, Volume 82, page 6546-6556.
A capillovirus produces two 3’-terminal and two 5’-terminal sgRNAs in infected tissue: evidence for a CP sgRNA - (Abstract Only)
Tatineni, S., Afunian, M., Hilf, M.E., Gowda, S., Garnsey, S.M., Dawson, W.O. 2008. A capillovirus produces two 3’-terminal and two 5’-terminal sgRNAs in infected tissue: evidence for a CP sgRNA. American Society for Virology 27th annual meeting abstracts.
Complete nucleotide sequence of a maize chlorotic mottle virus isolate from Nebraska - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Stenger, D.C., French, R.C. 2008. Complete nucleotide sequence of a maize chlorotic mottle virus isolate from Nebraska. Archives of Virology 153: 995-997.
Substitution of conserved cysteine residues in Wheat streak mosaic virus HC-Pro abolishes virus transmission by the wheat curl mite - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Young, B.A., Hein, G.L., French, R.C., Stenger, D.C. 2007. Substitution of conserved cysteine residues in Wheat streak mosaic virus HC-Pro abolishes virus transmission by the wheat curl mite. Archives of Virology 152:2107-2111.
Wheat streak mosaic virus P1, not HC-Pro, facilitates disease synergism and suppression of post-transcriptional gene silencing - (Abstract Only)
Stenger, D.C., Young, B.A., Qu, F., Morris, T., French, R.C. 2007. Wheat streak mosaic virus P1, not HC-Pro, facilitates disease synergism and suppression of post-transcriptional gene silencing. Phytopathology 97:S111.
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