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1. "Citrus Psorosis is probably caused by a bipartite ssRNA virus".
M.L. García, O. Grau & A.N. Sarachu.
Research in Virology 142, 303-311 (1991).

2. "The closely related citrus ringspot and citrus psorosis viruses have particles of novel filamentous morphology"
M.L. García, E. Dal Bó, O. Grau and R.G. Milne
Journal of General Virology, 75, 3585-3590 (1994).

3. "Accumulation of Alfalfa Mosaic Virus RNAs 1 and 2 requires the encoded proteins in cis".
C.M.A. van Rossum, M.L. García and J. Bol.
Journal of Virology, 70, 5100-5105 (1996).

4. Detection of Citrus Psorosis-Ringspot Virus using RT-PCR and DAS-ELISA
M.L. García, M.E. Sánchez de la Torre, E. Dal Bó, K. Djelouah, E. Luisoni, R.G. Milne and O. Grau.
Plant Pathology 1997, 46: 830-836.

5. The top component of citrus psorosis virus contains two ssRNAs, the smaller encodes the coat protein. 1998.
M.E. Sánchez de la Torre, O. Riva, R. Zandomeni, O. Grau and M.L. García. Molecular Plant Pathology On-Line,
http://www.bspp.org.uk/mppol/1998/1019sanchez.

6. A highly sensitive heminested RT-PCR assay for the detection of citrus psorosis virus
targeted to a conserved region of the genome
G.G. Legarreta, M.L. García, N. Costa ,O. Grau
Journal of Virological Methods, 84, 15-22, 2000.

7. A fast one-step reverse transcription and polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) amplification procedure providing highly specific complementary DNA from plant RNA viruses.
Sambade A., S. Martín, A. Olmos, M.L. García, M. Cambra, O. Grau, J. Guerri and P. Moreno.
Journal of Virological Methods, 87, 25-28 (2000).

 

8. RNAs 1 and 2 of Alfalfa mosaic virus, expressed in transgenic plants, start to replicate only after infection of the plants with RNA 3.
V. Thole, M.L. Garcia, C.M.A. van Rossum, L. Neeleman, F. Brederode, H.J.M. Linthorst and J. F. Bol.
Journal of General Virology, 82, 25-28 (2001).

9. RNA 2 of citrus psorosis virus is of negative polarity and contains a single open reading frame in its complementary strand.
M.E. Sánchez de la Torre, C. López, O. Grau and M.L. Garcia.
Journal of General Virology 83: 1777-1781 (2002).

10. Citrus psorosis virus RNA1 is of negative polarity and potentially encodes in its complementary strand a 24K protein of unknown function and 280K putative RNA dependent RNA polymerase.
G. Naum-Onganía, S. Gago-Zachert, E. Peña,  O. Grau and M.L. Garcia
Virus Research 96:49-61 (2003).

11. Detection of Citrus psorosis virus by ELISA, molecular hybridization, RT-PCR and immunosorbent electron microscopy and its association with citrus psorosis disease.
Martín, S., Alioto, D., Milne, R.G., Garnsey, S.M., García, M.L., Grau, O., Guerri, J. and P. Moreno.
European Journal of Plant Pathology, 110: 747-757 (2004).

12. The complete nucleotide sequence of a Spanish isolate of Citrus psorosis virus: comparative analysis with other ophioviruses.
Susana Martín, Carmelo Rincón, María Laura García, Gabriela Naum-Onganía, Oscar Grau, Ricardo Flores, Pedro Moreno and José Guerri.
Archives in Virology 150: 167-176 (2005).

13. Genetic variation of populations of Citrus psorosis virus, a negative stranded RNA plant virus.
Martín S, García ML, Troisi A, Rubio L, Legarreta G, Grau O, Alioto D, Moreno P, GuerriJ
Journal of General Virology, 87 (10): p. 3097-3102 (2006).

14. Detection of Citrus Psorosis Virus in the northwestern citrus production area of Argentina by using an improved TAS-ELISA
María C. Zanek, Eduardo J. Peña, Carina A. Reyes, Julia Figueroa, Beatriz Stein, Oscar Grau and María L. García.
Journal of Virological Methods. 137: 245-251. (2006).

15. Genetic transformation of sweet orange with the coat protein gene of Citrus psorosis virus and evaluation of resistance against the virus.
María Cecilia Zanek, Carina Andrea Reyes, Magdalena Cervera, Eduardo José Peña, Karelia Velázquez, Norma Costa, Maria Inés Plata, Oscar Grau, Leandro Peña and María Laura García.
Plant Cell Report, 27(1):57-66 (2008).

16. Genetic diversity among viruses associated with sugarcane mosaic disease in Tucuman, Argentina.
M.F. Perera, M.P. Filippone, C. J., Ramallo, M.I. Cuenya, M.L. García, L.D. Ploper, F. García Arenal, and A.P. Castagnaro.
Phytopathology 99: 38-49 (2009).

 

Capítulos de Libros

1. Genus Ophiovirus.
Milne RG, Garcia ML, Grau O., 2000.
Virus Taxonomy. Seventh Report of the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses. Academic Press, San Diego. p. 627-631. In: M.H.V. van Regenmortel, C.M. Fauquet,
D.H.L. Bishop, D.H.L., E.B. Carstens, M.K. Estes, S.M. Lemon, J. Maniloff,
M.A. Mayo, D.J. McGeoch, C.R. Pringle, and R.B. Wickner (eds.).

2. Ophiovirus (Unassigned Genus).

Garcia ML, Grau O., Milne RG, 2002.

In: Tidona CA, and Darai G (eds.) The Springer Index of Viruses a comprehensive encyclopedic reference. Springer Berlin Heidelberg New York, pp. 1280-1284.

3. Citrus Psorosis virus.
Association of Applied Biologists (AAB) Descriptions of Plant Viruses
Milne RG, Garcia ML, Moreno, P., 2003.
http://www.dpvweb.net/dpv/showdpv.php?dpvno=401

4.  Index of Viruses - Ophiovirus
In: ICTVdB - The Universal Virus Database, version Büchen-Osmond, C (Ed), Columbia University, New York, USA.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/ICTVdb/Ictv/fs_index.htm.
Vaira, A.M., Accotto, G.P., Gago-Zachert, S., Garcia, M.L., Grau, O., Milne, R.G., Morikawa, T., Natsuaki, T., Torok, V., Verbeek, M. and Vetten, H.J. (2006).
Version 4 is based on Virus Taxonomy, Classification and Nomenclature of Viruses, 8th ICTV Report of the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses. Fauquet, CM, Mayo, MA, Maniloff, J, Desselberger, U, and Ball, LA (EDS) (2005) Elsevier/Academic Press, pp. 1259.

 

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