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DISEASE RECOVERY

Secondary siRNAs rescue virus-infected plants

Investigations of natural recovery in plants infected with oilseed rape mosaic virus unveil how secondary siRNAs mediate the attenuation of viral suppressors of RNA silencing and sink-to-source disease recovery.

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Fig. 1: Symptom recovery reflects the establishment of a tolerant state in infected tissues.

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Huang, Y., Li, Y. Secondary siRNAs rescue virus-infected plants. Nature Plants 4, 136–137 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41477-018-0118-9

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