The barley stripe mosaic virus 58-kilodalton beta(b) protein is a multifunctional RNA binding protein.


The barley stripe mosaic virus (BSMV) beta(b) gene product is the major viral nonstructural protein synthesized during early stages of the infection cycle and is required for systemic movement of the virus. To examine the biochemical properties of beta(b), a histidine tag was engineered at the amino terminus and the protein was purified from BSMV-infected… (More)


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