Transcript initiation and 5'-end modifications are separable events during vesicular stomatitis virus transcription.

@article{Stillman1999TranscriptIA,
  title={Transcript initiation and 5'-end modifications are separable events during vesicular stomatitis virus transcription.},
  author={Elizabeth A Stillman and Michael A. Whitt},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={1999},
  volume={73 9},
  pages={7199-209}
}
In this report we describe a novel, bipartite vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) replication system which was used to study the effect of mutations in the transcription start sequence on transcript initiation and 5'-mRNA modifications. The bipartite replication system consisted of two genomic RNAs, one of which (VSVDeltaG) was a recombinant VSV genome with the G gene deleted and the other (GFC) contained the G gene and two non-VSV reporter genes (green fluorescent protein [GFP] and… CONTINUE READING

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