Inhibition of the Host Proteasome Facilitates Papaya Ringspot Virus Accumulation and Proteosomal Catalytic Activity Is Modulated by Viral Factor HcPro

@inproceedings{Sahana2012InhibitionOT,
  title={Inhibition of the Host Proteasome Facilitates Papaya Ringspot Virus Accumulation and Proteosomal Catalytic Activity Is Modulated by Viral Factor HcPro},
  author={Nandita Sahana and Harpreet Kaur and Basavaraj and F{\'a}tima Tena and Rakesh K. Jain and Peter E Palukaitis and Tom{\'a}s Canto and Shelly Praveen},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
The ubiquitin/26S proteasome system plays an essential role not only in maintaining protein turnover, but also in regulating many other plant responses, including plant-pathogen interactions. Previous studies highlighted different roles of the 20S proteasome in plant defense during virus infection, either indirectly through viral suppressor-mediated degradation of Argonaute proteins, affecting the RNA interference pathway, or directly through modulation of the proteolytic and RNase activity of… CONTINUE READING
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