Discovery of a Small Non-AUG-Initiated ORF in Poleroviruses and Luteoviruses That Is Required for Long-Distance Movement

@inproceedings{Smirnova2015DiscoveryOA,
  title={Discovery of a Small Non-AUG-Initiated ORF in Poleroviruses and Luteoviruses That Is Required for Long-Distance Movement},
  author={Ekaterina Smirnova and Andrew E. Firth and W. Allen Miller and Dani{\`e}le Scheidecker and Veronique Brault and Catherine Reinbold and Aurelie Mamisoa Rakotondrafara and Betty Y.-W. Chung and V{\'e}ronique Ziegler-Graff},
  booktitle={PLoS pathogens},
  year={2015}
}
Viruses in the family Luteoviridae have positive-sense RNA genomes of around 5.2 to 6.3 kb, and they are limited to the phloem in infected plants. The Luteovirus and Polerovirus genera include all but one virus in the Luteoviridae. They share a common gene block, which encodes the coat protein (ORF3), a movement protein (ORF4), and a carboxy-terminal extension to the coat protein (ORF5). These three proteins all have been reported to participate in the phloem-specific movement of the virus in… CONTINUE READING
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