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3'-End stem-loops of the subviral RNAs associated with turnip crinkle virus are involved in symptom modulation and coat protein binding



3'-End stem-loops of the subviral RNAs associated with turnip crinkle virus are involved in symptom modulation and coat protein binding



Journal of Virology 74(14): 6528-6537



Many plant RNA viruses are associated with one or more subviral RNAs. Two subviral RNAs, satellite RNA C (satC) and defective interfering RNA G (diG) intensify the symptoms of their helper, turnip crinkle virus (TCV). However, when the coat protein (CP) of TCV was replaced with that of the related Cardamine chlorotic fleck virus (CCFV), both subviral RNAs attenuated symptoms of the hybrid virus TCV-CP<sub>CCFV</sub>.

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PMID: 10864666

DOI: 10.1128/jvi.74.14.6528-6537.2000


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