His main research concerns Virology, RNA, Genetics, Plant virus and Gene. His biological study focuses on Virus. His study in RNA is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Molecular biology and Viral replication.
His Molecular biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Lipid bilayer fusion, Cowpea mosaic virus and Sequence analysis. His Plant virus study incorporates themes from PEST analysis and Metamorphosis. The Gene study which covers Potato leafroll virus that intersects with RNA polymerase and Translational frameshift.
Virology, RNA, Molecular biology, Virus and Genetics are his primary areas of study. His Virology study frequently involves adjacent topics like Transcription. His study in the field of Cowpea mosaic virus, RNA silencing and RNA-dependent RNA polymerase is also linked to topics like Movement protein.
His Molecular biology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Golgi apparatus, Reticulocyte, Sequence analysis and Mosaic virus. His work carried out in the field of Virus brings together such families of science as Amino acid and Inoculation. The concepts of his Tospovirus study are interwoven with issues in Bunyaviridae and Thrips, Western flower thrips, Thripidae.
Rob Goldbach mostly deals with Virology, RNA, RNA interference, Molecular biology and RNA silencing. His studies deal with areas such as Sugar beet and Genetically modified organism as well as Virology. His RNA study is associated with Genetics.
The RNA interference study combines topics in areas such as NS3, Gene silencing, Transgene and Small interfering RNA. His Molecular biology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Golgi apparatus, Endoplasmic reticulum, Nucleoprotein and Nicotiana benthamiana. Rob Goldbach interconnects RNA-dependent RNA polymerase and Trans-acting siRNA in the investigation of issues within RNA silencing.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Virology, RNA silencing, RNA interference, RNA and Virus. His study on Alphavirus is often connected to Tenuivirus as part of broader study in Virology. His RNA silencing research incorporates themes from Trans-acting siRNA, Small interfering RNA and Gene silencing.
His study looks at the intersection of RNA and topics like Nicotiana benthamiana with Begomovirus, DNA virus and Antisense RNA. The various areas that Rob Goldbach examines in his Virus study include Semliki Forest virus, Furin and Glycoprotein. As part of the same scientific family, Rob Goldbach usually focuses on Plant virus, concentrating on Alstroemeria and intersecting with Tospovirus.
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Identification of genes involved in DNA replication of the Autographa californica baculovirus
Marcel Kool;Christian H. Ahrens;Rob W. Goldbach;George F. Rohrmann.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1994)
Resistance mechanisms to plant viruses: an overview
Rob Goldbach;Etienne Bucher;Marcel Prins.
Virus Research (2003)
Negative-Strand Tospoviruses and Tenuiviruses Carry a Gene for a Suppressor of Gene Silencing at Analogous Genomic Positions
Etienne Bucher;Titia Sijen;Peter de Haan;Rob Goldbach.
Journal of Virology (2003)
Noncoding Flavivirus RNA Displays RNA Interference Suppressor Activity in Insect and Mammalian Cells
Esther Schnettler;Mark G. Sterken;Jason Y. Leung;Stefan W. Metz.
Journal of Virology (2012)
Sequence and organization of the Spodoptera exigua multicapsid nucleopolyhedrovirus genome.
Wilfred F. J. IJkel;Elisabeth A. van Strien;Jacobus G. M. Heldens;René Broer.
Journal of General Virology (1999)
Genome similarities between plant and animal RNA viruses.
Microbiological sciences (1987)
The influenza A virus NS1 protein binds small interfering RNAs and suppresses RNA silencing in plants.
Etienne Bucher;Hans Hemmes;Peter de Haan;Rob Goldbach.
Journal of General Virology (2004)
Multiple virus resistance at a high frequency using a single transgene construct.
Etienne Bucher;Dick Lohuis;Pieter M. J. A. van Poppel;Christina Geerts-Dimitriadou.
Journal of General Virology (2006)
Tomato spotted wilt virus infection improves host suitability for its vector Frankliniella occidentalis
P.C. Maris;N.N. Joosten;R.W. Goldbach;D. Peters.
The emerging problem of tospovirus infection and nonconventional methods of control
Marcel Prins;Rob Goldbach.
Trends in Microbiology (1998)
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