Viroids

@article{Tsagris2008Viroids,
  title={Viroids},
  author={Efthimia Mina Tsagris and {\'A}ngel Emilio Mart{\'i}nez de Alba and M. Gozmanova and K. Kalantidis},
  journal={Cellular Microbiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={10}
}
  • Efthimia Mina Tsagris, Ángel Emilio Martínez de Alba, +1 author K. Kalantidis
  • Published 2008
  • Medicine
  • Cellular Microbiology
  • Viroids are small, circular RNA pathogens, which infect several crop plants and can cause diseases of economic importance. They do not code for proteins but they contain a number of RNA structural elements, which interact with factors of the host. The resulting set of sophisticated and specific interactions enables them to use the host machinery for their replication and transport, circumvent its defence reactions and alter its gene expression. Although found in plants, viroids have a distant… CONTINUE READING
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