Lolium latent virus (Alphaflexiviridae) coat proteins: expression and functions in infected plant tissue.

@article{Vaira2012LoliumLV,
  title={Lolium latent virus (Alphaflexiviridae) coat proteins: expression and functions in infected plant tissue.},
  author={A. Vaira and Hyoun-Sub Lim and G. Bauchan and R. Owens and A. Natilla and M. M. Dienelt and M. Reinsel and J. Hammond},
  journal={The Journal of general virology},
  year={2012},
  volume={93 Pt 8},
  pages={
          1814-24
        }
}
The genome of Lolium latent virus (LoLV; genus Lolavirus, family Alphaflexiviridae) is encapsidated by two carboxy-coterminal coat protein (CP) variants (about 28 and 33 kDa), in equimolar proportions. The CP ORF contains two 5'-proximal AUGs encoding Met 1 and Met 49, respectively promoting translation of the 33 and 28 kDa CP variants. The 33 kDa CP N-terminal domain includes a 42 aa sequence encoding a putative chloroplast transit peptide, leading to protein cleavage and alternative… Expand

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