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Fig. 9 | Virology Journal

Fig. 9

From: The effects of potato virus Y-derived virus small interfering RNAs of three biologically distinct strains on potato (Solanum tuberosum) transcriptome

Fig. 9

Expression levels of selected target potato coding transcripts commonly targeted by Potato virus Y (PVY)-derived small RNAs (vsiRNAs) derived from tobacco veinal-necrotic strain (PVY-N), necrosis tuber-necrotic strain (PVY-NTN) and ordinary strain (PVY-O). In potato plants (Russet Burbank) infected with PVY-NTN, the expression levels of PGSC0003DMT400072865 - protein kinase splA, PGSC0003DMT400074377 - heat shock protein-90 (HSP-90), PGSC0003DMT400073246 - aquaporin NIP1–1, PGSC0003DMT400074517 - β-1,3 galactosyltransferase 2, PGSC0003DMT400075191 - Histone-lysine N methyltransferase, PGSC0003DMT400002313 - BTB/POZ domain containing protein, PGSC0003DMT400060832 - casein kinase, PGSC0003DMT400077373 - Gamma glutamyl transferase 1, PGSC0003DMT400026847 - VPS51/VPS67 family protein and PGSC0003DMT400018414 - phosphoglycerate mutase were downregulated. The elongation factor 1-alpha (ef1alpha) and actin genes were used for normalization. Error bars indicate the standard deviations of qRT-PCR signals (n = 3)

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