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RNA-mediated trans-activation of transcription from a viral RNA.
The red clover necrotic mosaic virus genome is composed of two single-stranded RNA components, RNA-1 and RNA-2. The viral capsid protein is translated from a subgenomic RNA (sgRNA) that isExpand
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Nicotiana benthamiana: its history and future as a model for plant-pathogen interactions.
Nicotiana benthamiana is the most widely used experimental host in plant virology, due mainly to the large number of diverse plant viruses that can successfully infect it. Additionally, N.Expand
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The multifunctional capsid proteins of plant RNA viruses.
This article summarizes studies of viral coat (capsid) proteins (CPs) of RNA plant viruses. In addition, we discuss and seek to interpret the knowledge accumulated to data. CPs are named for theirExpand
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Nicotiana benthamiana: Its History and Future as a Model for Plant-Pathogen Interactions.
Nicotiana benthamiana is the most widely used experimental host in plant virology, due mainly to the large number of diverse plant viruses that can successfully infect it. Addi- tionally, N.Expand
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The complete nucleotide sequence of the maize chlorotic mottle virus genome.
The complete nucleotide sequence of the maize chlorotic mottle virus (MCMV) genome has been determined to be 4437 nucleotides. The viral genome has four long open reading frames (ORFs) which couldExpand
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A versatile assay for the identification of RNA silencing suppressors based on complementation of viral movement.
The cell-to-cell movement of Turnip crinkle virus (TCV) in Nicotiana benthamiana requires the presence of its coat protein (CP), a known suppressor of RNA silencing. RNA transcripts of a TCVExpand
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Cell-to-Cell Trafficking of Macromolecules through Plasmodesmata Potentiated by the Red Clover Necrotic Mosaic Virus Movement Protein.
Direct evidence is presented for cell-to-cell trafficking of macromolecules via plasmodesmata in higher plants. The fluorescently labeled 35-kD movement protein of red clover necrotic mosaic virusExpand
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Red clover necrotic mosaic virus replication proteins accumulate at the endoplasmic reticulum.
Red clover necrotic mosaic virus (RCNMV) encodes N-terminally overlapping proteins of 27 and 88 kDa (p27 and p88) known to be required for replication. Green fluorescent protein (GFP) fusions wereExpand
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Sequence element required for efficient -1 ribosomal frameshifting in red clover necrotic mosaic dianthovirus.
The RNA-1 of the bipartite red clover necrotic mosaic dianthovirus (RCNMV) genome encodes the 88-kDa polymerase. The polymerase is translated from both 5' proximal and internal open reading frames byExpand
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