Deletions in the 3'-terminal tRNA-like structure of brome mosaic virus RNA differentially affect aminoacylation and replication in vitro.

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Deletions in cDNA clones covering the 3' 201 nucleotides of brome mosaic virus RNA 3 were produced by S1 nuclease treatment of cloned DNA linearized at several different restriction sites. Transcription of these clones yielded RNAs containing structural alterations in the 3'-terminal tRNA-like structure that is involved in aminoacylation and replication… (More)

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