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Maize dwarf mosaic virus

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Disease relevance of polyprotein


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  • The papain-like protease, p29, and the highly basic protein, p40, derived, respectively, from the N-terminal and C-terminal portions of the CHV1-EP713-encoded open reading frame (ORF) A polyprotein, p69, both contribute to reduced pigmentation and sporulation [4].
  • We previously described an expression cassette that relies on the tobacco etch virus (TEV) nuclear inclusion a (NIa) protease and leads to the coordinated accumulation of multiple proteins through self processing of a polyprotein [21] [5].
  • The viral genome comprised of 9596 nucleotides except the polyA tail and encoded a putative polyprotein of 3603 amino acids [6].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of polyprotein


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