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The N and C termini of the coat proteins of potyviruses are surface-located and the N terminus contains the major virus-specific epitopes



The N and C termini of the coat proteins of potyviruses are surface-located and the N terminus contains the major virus-specific epitopes



Journal of General Virology 69(7): 1497-1508



Mild proteolysis by trypsin of particles of 6 potyviruses (bean yellow mosaic virus, clover yellow vein virus, Johnson grass mosaic virus, passion-fruit woodiness virus, potato Y virus and watermelon mosaic II virus) revealed that the N- and C-terminal regions of their coat protein are exposed on the particles' surfaces.

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