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CaMVgp5  -  reading frame (IV)

Cauliflower mosaic virus

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Disease relevance of CaMVgp5


High impact information on CaMVgp5


Chemical compound and disease context of CaMVgp5


Biological context of CaMVgp5


Associations of CaMVgp5 with chemical compounds

  • Moreover, [N-(L-3-trans-carboxyoxiran-2-carbonyl)-L-leu cyl]-amido(4-guanido)butane, a specific inhibitor of cysteine proteinases, inhibited the maturation of P3, suggesting that the two CaMV capsid proteins are not processed by the same proteolytic event [10].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of CaMVgp5


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