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- Gaskill, Douglas A., et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2011 v.59 no.18 pp. 10006–10012
- Carica papaya; Papaya ringspot virus; allergenicity; allergens; amino acid sequences; amino acids; bioinformatics; coat proteins; food allergies; food safety; fruit consumption; gastric juice; heat treatment; papayas; planters; risk; sequence homology; transgenes; transgenic plants; Canada; Hawaii
- ... The virus-resistant, transgenic commercial papaya Rainbow and SunUp (Carica papaya L.) have been consumed locally in Hawaii and elsewhere in the mainland United States and Canada since their release to planters in Hawaii in 1998. These papaya are derived from transgenic papaya line 55-1 and carry the coat protein (CP) gene of papaya ringspot virus (PRSV). The PRSV CP was evaluated for potential al ...