Viral suppression of RNA silencing in plants.

@article{Moissiard2004ViralSO,
  title={Viral suppression of RNA silencing in plants.},
  author={Guillaume Moissiard and Olivier Voinnet},
  journal={Molecular plant pathology},
  year={2004},
  volume={5 1},
  pages={71-82}
}
SUMMARY RNA silencing is a conserved eukaryotic pathway involved in suppression of gene expression via sequence-specific interactions that are mediated by nt 21-24-long RNA molecules. In plants, cell-autonomous and noncell-autonomous steps of RNA silencing form the basis of an elaborate immune system that is activated by, and targeted against, viruses. As a counter-defensive strategy, viruses have evolved suppressor proteins that inhibit various stages of the silencing process. These… CONTINUE READING

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