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NSm  -  non-structural protein

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Disease relevance of NSm

  • The movement protein NSm of tomato spotted wilt tospovirus (TSWV): RNA binding, interaction with the TSWV N protein, and identification of interacting plant proteins [1].
  • To study the molecular basis of NSm function, we expressed the protein in Escherichia coli and investigated protein-protein and protein-RNA interactions of NSm protein in vitro [1].
  • Spodoptera frugiperda and Trichoplusia ni cells were infected with a recombinant baculovirus expressing the NSm-gene (AcNPV/NSm) [2].
 

High impact information on NSm

  • Tubules, characteristic of the NSm protein, were also formed in tobacco protoplasts infected with the TMV-TSWV hybrids [3].
  • The M RNA segment contains one open reading frame (ORF) encoding 308 amino acids (aa) in the sense orientation and another ORF encoding 1,127 aa in the complementary orientation, which were homologous to the NSm protein and G1/G2 glycoprotein precursor (Gp) protein, respectively [4].
  • Two ORFs are located on the M RNA (4823 nt) encoding the non-structural (NSm) protein (308 aa) and the viral glycoprotein precursors (Gn/Gc) (1121 aa) separated by an intergenic region of 433 nt [5].
  • The vRNA ORF codes for the potential cell-to-cell movement (NSm) protein (34.8 kDa) and the vcRNA ORF for the viral glycoprotein (G1/G2) precursor (128.6 kDa) [6].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of NSm

 

Biological context of NSm

  • To analyze subgenomic RNA of the M RNA segment, RNA transcripts corresponding to the NSm and Gp genes were specifically amplified, and the nucleotide sequence of the 5' terminal region was determined [4].
 

Other interactions of NSm

  • Sequence analysis of the NSm and Gp transcripts showed that they had a non-viral sequence 12-18 and 10-18 nucleotides long, respectively [4].

References

 
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