Plant RNA viruses: strategies of expression and regulation of Viral Genes

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Abstract

The genome of most plant viruses is composed of RNA of ' + ' polarity and can serve directly as messenger for protein synthesis. This paper deals with those viral RNAs whose in vitro and in vivo translation products can be compared; it reviews the strategies used for the modulation of the synthesis of the various virus-coded proteins and examines the postulated functions of these proteins. Plant RNA virus In vitro translation In vivo translation Protein synthesis regulation. © 1984.

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Joshi, S., & Haenni, A. L. (1984). Plant RNA viruses: strategies of expression and regulation of Viral Genes. FEBS Letters, 177(2), 163–174. https://doi.org/10.1016/0014-5793(84)81277-6

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