Molecular basis for the differential subcellular localization of the 38- and 39-kilodalton structural proteins of Borna disease virus.

@article{Pyper1997MolecularBF,
  title={Molecular basis for the differential subcellular localization of the 38- and 39-kilodalton structural proteins of Borna disease virus.},
  author={Joanna M. Pyper and Anton Gartner},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={1997},
  volume={71 7},
  pages={5133-9}
}
Borna disease virus (BDV) is a nonsegmented negative-strand (NNS) RNA virus that is unusual because it replicates in the nucleus. The most abundant viral protein in infected cells is a 38/39-kDa doublet that is presumed to represent the nucleocapsid. Infectious particles also contain high levels of this protein, accounting for at least 50% of the viral proteins. The two forms of the protein differ by an additional 13 amino acids that are present at the amino terminus of the 39-kDa form and… CONTINUE READING

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