The virulent satellite RNA of turnip crinkle virus has a major domain homologous to the 3' end of the helper virus genome.

@article{Simon1986TheVS,
  title={The virulent satellite RNA of turnip crinkle virus has a major domain homologous to the 3' end of the helper virus genome.},
  author={Anne E Simon and Stephen H Howell},
  journal={The EMBO journal},
  year={1986},
  volume={5 13},
  pages={3423-8}
}
RNA C (355 bases), RNA D (194 bases) and RNA F (230 bases) are small, linear satellite RNAs of turnip crinkle virus (TCV) which have been cloned as cDNAs and sequenced in this study. These RNAs produce dramatically different disease symptoms in infected plants. RNA C is a virulent satellite that intensifies virus symptoms when co-inoculated with its helper virus in turnip plants, while RNA D and RNA F are avirulent. RNA D and RNA F, the avirulent satellites, are closely related to each other… CONTINUE READING

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