Infectious transcripts from cloned cucumber necrosis virus cDNA: evidence for a bifunctional subgenomic mRNA.

@article{Rochon1991InfectiousTF,
  title={Infectious transcripts from cloned cucumber necrosis virus cDNA: evidence for a bifunctional subgenomic mRNA.},
  author={D. M. Rochon and James Cameron Johnston},
  journal={Virology},
  year={1991},
  volume={181 2},
  pages={656-65}
}
Highly infectious synthetic transcripts from full-length cucumber necrosis virus (CNV) cDNA clones have been prepared. Infections produced by these transcripts, by CNV RNA, and by mutated transcripts are compared. Inoculation with natural CNV RNA resulted in a mild systemic necrosis in Nicotiana clevelandii, whereas inoculation with synthetic CNV transcripts resulted in severe systemic necrosis. An abundant low molecular weight RNA species was associated with CNV RNA infections but was not… CONTINUE READING

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