Conserved sequence motifs for nucleoside triphosphate binding unique to turreted reoviridae members and coltiviruses.

@article{Nibert2004ConservedSM,
  title={Conserved sequence motifs for nucleoside triphosphate binding unique to turreted reoviridae members and coltiviruses.},
  author={Max L Nibert and Jonghwa Kim},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={2004},
  volume={78 10},
  pages={5528-30}
}
The family Reoviridae of double-stranded RNA viruses is recognized to comprise nine genera (31), with at least two others recently proposed (1, 24). Members of five recognized genera—Aquareovirus, Cypovirus, Fijivirus, Orthoreovirus, and Oryzavirus—are distinctive in having pentameric turrets that sit atop the capsid around each fivefold axis in the “inner-capsid particle” or “core” (13, 29, 36). In aquareoviruses, cypoviruses, and orthoreoviruses, these turrets are known or strongly suggested… CONTINUE READING

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