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2006
Torrance L, Andreev I, Gabrenaite-Verhouskay R, Cowan GH, Makinen K, Taliansky ME.  2006.  An unusual structure at one end of potato potyvirus particles. Journal of Molecular Biology. 357:1-8.
2005
Pendle AF, Clark GP, Boon R, Lewandowska D, Lam YW, Andersen J, Mann M, Lamond AI, Brown JWS, Shaw PJ.  2005.  Proteomic analysis of the Arabidopsis nucleolus suggests novel nucleolar functions. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 16:260-269.
Ducreux LJM, Morris WL, Taylor MA, Millam S.  2005.  Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of Solanum phureja. Plant Cell Reports. 24:10-14. Abstract
Scotti I, Burelli A, Cattonaro F, Chagne D, Fuller J, Hedley PE, Jansson G, Lalanne C, Madur D, Neale D et al..  2005.  Analysis of the distribution of marker classes in a genetic linkage map: A case study in Norway Spruce (Picea.abies Karst). Tree Genetics and Genomes. 1:93-102. Abstract
Brown JWS, Shaw PJ, Shaw P, Marshall DF.  2005.  Arabidopsis nucleolar protein database (AtNoPDB). Nucleic Acids Research. 33:D633-D636.
Choi SK, Palukaitis P, Min BE, Lee MY, Choi JK, Ryu KH.  2005.  Cucumber mosaic virus 2a polymerase and 3a movement proteins independently affect both virus movement and the timing of symptom development in zucchini squash. Journal of General Virology. 86:1213-1222. Abstract
Haupt S, Stroganova T, Ryabov E, Kim S-H, Fraser G, Duncan G, Mayo M, Barker H, Taliansky ME.  2005.  Nucleolar localisation of Potato leafroll virus capsid proteins. Journal of General Virology. 86:2891-2896. Abstract
Lee L, Kaplan IB, Ripoll DR, Liang D, Palukaitis P, Gray SM.  2005.  A surface loop of the potato leafroll virus coat protein is involved in virion assembly, systemic movement and aphid transmission.. Journal of Virology. 79:1207-1214. Abstract

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