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Characterization of the role of the 3" noncoding region of turnip yellow mosaic virus RNA
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For instance, Chen et al. () found that the expression levels of two identified miRNAs (miR and miR) increased in the turnip yellow mosaic virus (TYMV) p69 infected plants; In tobacco De- fined mutations in a small region of the brome mosaic virus 2a gene cause diverse temperature-sensitive RNA replication pheno- types. J. Virol. 63, KRONER, P., YOUNG, B. M., and AHLQUIST, P. (). Analysis of the role of brome mosaic virus 1a protein domains in RNA replication using linker insertion mutagenesis. J. Virol. 64
3 Abstract Abstract: Potyvirus, family Potyviridae, is the largest genus of plant virus, causing significant losses in a broad range of host plants. In recent years, researchers have contributed to the new advances of cell biology, so in this article the molecular (). Transcriptional regulation through noncoding RNAs and epigenetic modifications. RNA Biology: Vol. 6, No. 3, pp.
3′ untranslated regions of alfamo‐ and ilar‐virus RNAs fold into a series of stem–loop structures to which the coat protein binds with high affinity. This binding plays a role in initiation of infection (‘genome activation’) and has been thought to substitute for a tRNA‐like structure that is found at the 3′ termini of related plant viruses. We propose the existence of an In order to facilitate the isolation of recombinants in brome mosaic virus, a series of duplication mutants with alterations in the RNA3 3' noncoding region has been ://
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Characterization of the role of the 3' noncoding region of turnip yellow mosaic virus RNA. Expression of ORF of turnip yellow mosaic virus is necessary for viral spread in plants. Overlapping open reading frames revealed by complete nucleotide sequencing of turnip yellow mosaic virus genomic RNA.
Nucleic Acids :// Previous experiments have characterized the chimeric genome TYMC-TMVPSK, in which the 3′-tRNA-like structure of turnip yellow mosaic virus (TYMV) was replaced by 3′ sequences from tobacco mosaic virus.
This genome accumulated in turnip protoplasts to a level about 3% of wild type, but was not infectious on :// Turnip yellow mosaic virus RNAs with anticodon loop substitutions that result in decreased valylation fail to replicate efficiently. J Virol. Jun; 65 (6)– [PMC free article] Tsai CH, Dreher TW.
Second-site suppressor mutations assist in studying the function of the 3' noncoding region of turnip yellow mosaic virus RNA. J :// The structure of turnip yellow mosaic virus (TYMV) has been solved to Å resolution and an R-value of %. The structure is consistent with models based on low resolution X-ray and electron ().
Second-site suppressor mutations assist in studying the function of the 3' noncoding region of turnip yellow mosaic virus RNA. Secondary structure model of the coat protein gene of turnip yellow mosaic virus RNA: long, C-rich, single-stranded region.
() The Noncoding Regions The 5' noncoding sequence of the coat protein mRNA is only 19 nucleotides long. The sequence of the corresponding region of the coat protein mRNA of brome mosaic virus (BMV) and alfalfa mosaic virus (AIMV) consists of 9 and 36 nucleo- Cell 1.
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AU - Naciff, J. AU - Behbehani, M. AU - Misawa, H. AU - Dedman, J. PY - /12/1. Y1 - /12/1. N2 - Choline acetyltransferase (ChAT) is a specific phenotypic marker of cholinergic :// Goodwin JB, Skuzeski JM, Dreher TW. Characterization of chimeric turnip yellow mosaic virus genomes that are infectious in the absence of aminoacylation.
Virology. Mar 31; (1)– Guan H, Song C, Simon AE. RNA promoters located on (-)-strands of a subviral RNA associated with turnip crinkle virus.
RNA. Dec; 3 (12)– Bamboo mosaic potexvirus (BaMV) has a flexuous rod-shaped morphology and comprises a single-stranded positive-sense RNA genome with a 5′ m 7 GpppG structure and 3′ poly(A) 6,nucleotide (nt) genome [excluding the 3′ poly(A) tail] consists of five open reading frames and and nt untranslated regions (UTR) at the 5′ and 3′ ends, respectively ().
Search term. Advanced Search Citation Search Citation The tRNA-like structure at the 3' terminus of Turnip Yellow Mosaic Virus RNA. Differences and similarities with canonical tRNA. The tRNA-like structure of Turnip yellow mosaic virus RNA is a 3'-translational enhancer. Thermodynamic and phylogenetic prediction of RNA secondary structures in the coding region of hepatitis C virus Twenty‐four isolates of Chilli veinal mottle virus (ChiVMV) from China, India, Indonesia, Taiwan and Thailand were analysed to determine their genetic relatedness.
Pathogenicity of virus isolates was confirmed by induction of systemic mosaic and/or necrotic ringspot symptoms on Capsicum annuum after mechanical inoculation. The 3′ terminal sequences of the viral genomic RNA were :// The tRNA-like structure of turnip yellow mosaic virus RNA: structural organization of the last nucleotides from the 3' OH terminus.
EMBO J. ; 1 (2)– [Europe PMC free article] [Google Scholar] Florentz C, Giegé R. Contact areas of the turnip yellow mosaic virus tRNA-like structure interacting with yeast valyl-tRNA :// ger RNA of turnip yellow mosaic virus is pre-sented.
This sequence is the first complete nucleotide sequence of the coat protein messen-ger of a plant virus to be reported. The coding region, consisting of nucleotides, is flanked by a 5' noncoding region of 19 nucleotides (not including the initiation codon and the cap(78)pdf.
VIROLOGY() Coding Density of the Turnip Yellow Mosaic Virus Genome. Roles of the Overlapping Coat Protein and pReadthrough Coding Regions KATHRYN L. BRANSOM, JOHN J. WEILAND,1 CHING-HSIU TSAI,2 AND THEe W. DREHER*'3 Department of Agricultura/ Chemistry, Program in Genetics and *Center for Gene Research and Biotechnology, Oregon State C.-H.
Tsai, T.W. DreherSecond-site suppressor mutations assist in studying the function of the 3′ noncoding region of turnip yellow mosaic virus RNA J. Virol., 66 (), pp. Google Scholar The 3' noncoding region of turnip yellow mosaic virus RNA includes an nucleotide-long tRNA-like structure domain and a short upstream region that includes a potential pseudoknot overlapping the coat protein termination :// A new virus affecting cruciferous plants is described and the name suggested for it is the turnip yellow mosaic virus.
The virus is sap-transmissible and has a dilution end-point in extracted sap of 10 − thermal inactivation point lies between 70 and 75° :// Goodwin JB, Skuzeski JM, Dreher TW. Characterization of chimeric turnip yellow mosaic virus genomes that are infectious in the absence of aminoacylation.
Virology. Mar 31; (1)– Guilley H, Jonard G, Kukla B, Richards KE. Sequence of nucleotides at the 3' end of tobacco mosaic virus The 3'-untranslated region (UTR) of tobacco mosaic virus (TMV), which terminates in a tRNA-like structure, functionally substitutes for a poly(A) tail in both plant and animal cells.
The addition of the TMV 3'-UTR to chimeric mRNA constructs increases their expression up to fold, increasing both translational efficiency and mRNA.
Turnip yellow mosaic virus RNAs with anticodon loop substitutions that result in decreased valylation fail to replicate efficiently. J Virol. Jun; 65 (6)– [PMC free article] van Belkum A, Abrahams JP, Pleij CW, Bosch L. Five pseudoknots are present at the nucleotides long 3' noncoding region of tobacco mosaic virus ://The conserved 3'-terminal stem-loop (3' SL) of the West Nile virus (WNV) genomic RNA was previously used to probe for cellular proteins that may be involved in flavivirus replication and three cellular proteins were detected that specifically interact with the WNV 3' SL RNA (J.
L. Blackwell and M. A. Brinton, J. Virol.).Download Citation | On Mar 1,W Li and others published Host-dependent effects of the 3' untranslated region of turnip crinkle virus RNA on accumulation in Hibiscus and Arabidopsis | Find '_un.