In-vitro translation of cucumoviral satellites III. Translational efficiencies of cucumber mosaic virus-associated RNA 5 sequence variants can be related to the predicted secondary structures of their first 55 nucleotides

@article{Steen2004InvitroTO,
  title={In-vitro translation of cucumoviral satellites III. Translational efficiencies of cucumber mosaic virus-associated RNA 5 sequence variants can be related to the predicted secondary structures of their first 55 nucleotides},
  author={M. Steen and J. M. Kaper and C. W. Pleij and J. N. Hansen},
  journal={Virus Genes},
  year={2004},
  volume={4},
  pages={41-52}
}
  • M. Steen, J. M. Kaper, +1 author J. N. Hansen
  • Published 2004
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Virus Genes
  • The cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) satellites D- and S-CARNA 5 (CARNA 5= Cucumber mosaic virus-Associated RNA 5), their full-length cDNA clone transcripts, and DNA clone transcripts of their open reading frames (ORFs) were used as mRNAs in the wheat-germ in-vitro translation system. Natural D-CARNA 5 yielded an anomalously large polypeptide, while transcripts made from cDNA clones of D-CARNA 5 or its first ORF had no mRNA activity. Transcripts made from the second major ORF in D-CARNA 5 yielded a… CONTINUE READING
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