In situ hibridization in insect cells

Ana M. Espinoza Esquivel AMESPINO at UCRVM2.BITNET
Mon Oct 26 12:17:59 EST 1992

A scientist from the lab I'm working in are dealing with in situ hibidrization
of ARN probes on a tenuivirus. I greatly appreciate to receive any information
on this issue or to contact with somebody working on virus. Sincerely yours, Mi
guel Munoz  MMUNOZ at UCRVM2

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My name is Ana Espinoza, I am a plant Virologist and I work at the University
of Costa Rica. I am very interested in the virus-vector relationships of a
rice virus, rice hoja blanca virus (tenuivirus). Both rice and the insect
vector are hosts for the virus, and furthermore, the virus is transmitted via
the eggs of Tagosodes oryzicolus (vector of the virus). We have partially
cloned the virus and have probes available to do in situ hibridization studies
in the insect tissues. We can prepare RNA or DNA probes of the viral genomic
RNA. We are interested in detecting the virus particles (the virus has four
ssRNAs and it is a tenuivirus related to the animal bunyaviridae). Would you
be so kind to send references, protocols or any other information that could
be useful to us. My adrress is Ana M. Espinoza, CIBCM, Universidad de Costa
Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica, America Central. My e-mail is
amespino at ucrvm2 (Bitnet).  Thanks for your attention.   Dr. Ana M. Espinoza

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