In this current submitted manuscript entitled (The NSm proteins of phylogenetically related tospoviruses trigger Sw-5b mediated resistance dissociated of their cell-to-cell movement function by Leastro, Mikhail Oliveira; De Oliveira, Athos Silva; Pallás, Vicente; Sánchez-Navarro, Jesús A.; Kormelink, Richard and Resende, Renato Oliveira), we showed:•The Sw-5b gene has been demonstrated to confer not only resistance against TSWV but to members of five additional tospovirus species.•Bean necrotic mosaic virus (BeNMV), classified in a distinct American subclade, did not trigger a Sw-5b-mediated hypersensitive (HR) response.•NSM point mutations C118Y and T120N seem to abrogate Sw-5b-mediated HR for tospoviruses phylogenetically-related to TSWV.•The NSM protein triggers Sw-5b-mediated HR dissociated of its cell-to-cell movement function.
Virus Research – Elsevier
Published: Aug 15, 2017
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