Nucleic Acid Binding Property of the Gene Products of Rice stripe virus

@article{Liang2005NucleicAB,
  title={Nucleic Acid Binding Property of the Gene Products of Rice stripe virus},
  author={Delin Liang and Xiangqiang Ma and Zhicai Qu and Roger Hull},
  journal={Virus Genes},
  year={2005},
  volume={31},
  pages={203-209}
}
GST fusion proteins of the six gene products from RNAs 2,3 and 4 of the tenuivirus, Rice stripe virus (RSV), were used to study the nucleic acid binding activities in vitro. Three of the proteins, p3, pc3 and pc4, bound both single- and double-stranded cDNA of RSV RNA4 and also RNA3 transcribed from its cDNA clone, while p2, pc2-N (the N-terminal part of pc2) nor p4 bound the cDNA or RNA transcript. The binding activity of p3 is located in the carboxyl-terminus amino acid 154–194, which… CONTINUE READING