Cis- and trans-regulation of luteovirus gene expression by the 3' end of the viral genome.

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Translation of the 5.7 kb luteovirus genome is controlled by the 3' untranslated region (UTR). Base pairing between regions of the 3' UTR and sequences kilobases upstream is required for cap-independent translation and ribosomal frameshifting needed to synthesize the viral replicase. Luteoviruses produce subgenomic RNAs, which can serve as mRNA, but one… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.virusres.2015.03.009

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@article{Miller2015CisAT, title={Cis- and trans-regulation of luteovirus gene expression by the 3' end of the viral genome.}, author={W. Allen Miller and Jacquelyn R Jackson and Ying Feng}, journal={Virus research}, year={2015}, volume={206}, pages={37-45} }