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A Satellite is a subviral agent composed of nucleic acid that depends on the coinfection of a host cell with a helper or master virus for their multiplication. When a satellite encodes the coat protein in which its nucleic acid is encapsidated it is referred to as a...
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The sequence of WL1 satellite (WL1-sat) RNA, which attenuates CMV symptoms on ... Survival of a satellite RNA in vivo and its dependence on cucumber mosaic ...
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... RNA polymerase II dependant transcripts of abundant centromeric ... This alpha satellite RNA is required for the association of kinetochore proteins ...
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PLoS ONE: an inclusive, peer-reviewed, open-access resource from the ... This alpha satellite RNA is required for the association of kinetochore proteins ...
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... biology > genetics > molecular genetics > nucleic acids > RNA > satellite RNA ... Resources in satellite RNA: No resources available for this category. ...
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Protective effect of a satellite RNA expressed in transgenic plants on disease ... Transgenic tomato plants expressing satellite RNA are tolerant to some strains ...
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The BaMV satellite RNA (satBaMV) contains a single open reading frame encoding a ... that a plant virus satellite RNA-encoded nonstructural protein preferentially ...
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... to the satellite RNAs (sat-RNA) of other necroviruses (39) has been found in ... 3. cDNA synthesis and sequencing of BBSV satellite RNA. ...
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Barley yellow dwarf virus satellite RNA: Helper - Luteovirus ... It is like a satellite RNA since it requires hepatitis virus for transmission ...
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The satellite RNA of bamboo mosaic virus (satBaMV) has a single open reading ... Translation of the satellite RNA of tomato black ring virus in vitro and in ...
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... of a Satellite RNA. Sang Ik Song ... to replicate a rolling circle satellite RNA. ... encapsidated form of the satellite RNA is linear (27, 34), and ...
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case of the satellite RNA of tobacco ringspot virus, for example, ... original circular satellite RNA, and a diļ¬€erent sequence of approximately 50 nucleotides, ...
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MOLECULAR BASIS OF VIRUS, SATELLITE RNA AND HOST PLANT INTERACTIONS ... We have used a satellite RNA associated with bamboo mosaic virus (BaMV) as a ...
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Barley yellow dwarf virus satellite RNA: Helper - Luteovirus ... virus satellite RNA: Helper - Sobemovirus ... It is like a satellite RNA since it requires ...
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... including sequence changes in the satellite RNA, use of a different helper virus ... TCV (turnip crinkle virus) RNA C, satellite RNAs exhibit only limited ...
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