Antiviral RNA silencing suppression activity of Tomato spotted wilt virus NSs protein.

@article{Ocampo2016AntiviralRS,
  title={Antiviral RNA silencing suppression activity of Tomato spotted wilt virus NSs protein.},
  author={T Ocampo Ocampo and Sergio M. Gabriel Peralta and Nicole E. Bacheller and S Uiterwaal and Amanda Knapp and A Hennen and Daniel Leobardo Ochoa-Mart{\'i}nez and Hernan Garcia-Ruiz},
  journal={Genetics and molecular research : GMR},
  year={2016},
  volume={15 2}
}
In addition to regulating gene expression, RNA silencing is an essential antiviral defense system in plants. Triggered by double-stranded RNA, silencing results in degradation or translational repression of target transcripts. Viruses are inducers and targets of RNA silencing. To condition susceptibility, most plant viruses encode silencing suppressors that interfere with this process, such as the Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) NSs protein. The mechanism by which NSs suppresses RNA silencing… CONTINUE READING

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