The host Pex19p plays a role in peroxisomal localization of tombusvirus replication proteins.

@article{Pathak2008TheHP,
  title={The host Pex19p plays a role in peroxisomal localization of tombusvirus replication proteins.},
  author={Kunj B Pathak and Zsuzsanna Sasv{\'a}ri and Peter D Nagy},
  journal={Virology},
  year={2008},
  volume={379 2},
  pages={294-305}
}
Replication of Tomato bushy stunt virus (TBSV) RNA takes place on the cytosolic membrane surface of peroxisomes in plants and in yeast, a model host. To identify the host proteins involved in assisting the peroxisomal localization of the tombusvirus p33 replication protein, we tested if p33 could bind directly to yeast proteins involved in peroxisomal transport in vitro. This work has led to the demonstration of Pex19p-p33 interaction via pull-down and co-purification experiments. Pex19p was… CONTINUE READING

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