|Organization Name||University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley)|
|Institutional ID Number||18570|
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N genes were shown to require partial alternative processing of the third intron, which produces a truncated N protein, to provide full viral resistance. Insertion of a complete cDNA or truncated construct alone did not provide resistance in transgenic plants.
Use native plant gene sequences to provide TMV resistance in other crop species.
Generation of TMV resistant plants.
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Tech ID/UC Case18570/1998-062-0