Brome mosaic virus defective RNAs generated during infection of barley plants.

  title={Brome mosaic virus defective RNAs generated during infection of barley plants.},
  author={Tri Asmira Damayanti and Hironori Nagano and Kazuyuki Mise and Iwao Furusawa and Tetsuro Okuno},
  journal={The Journal of general virology},
  volume={80 ( Pt 9)},
Brome mosaic virus (BMV) purified from systemically infected barley leaves 8 weeks post-inoculation (p.i.) contained defective RNAs (D-RNAs). The D-RNAs were detected in total and virion RNAs extracted from infected plants at 8 weeks p.i. or later, but not before, when barley plants had been inoculated with virions either containing or lacking D-RNA. The D-RNAs were derived from genomic RNA3 by double or mainly single deletions in the 3a protein ORF, and formed a heterogeneous population. By… CONTINUE READING


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