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Characterization and modification of the carboxy-terminal sequences of bluetongue virus type 10 NS1 protein in relation to tubule formation and location of an antigenic epitope in the vicinity of the carboxy terminus of the protein
Journal of Virology
Bluetongue virus produces large numbers of tubules during infection. The tubules are formed from a 552-amino-acid, 64-kDa NS1 protein encoded by the viral double-stranded RNA segment M6. A series of deletion and extension mutants of bluetongue virus serotype 10 NS1 has been generated and expressed in insect cells in order to identify the carboxy-terminal components of the protein which are important for tubule formation. The mutants AcCT5 and AcCT10, lacking 5 and 10 of the carboxy-terminaldoi:10.1128/jvi.69.5.2831-2841.1995 fatcat:bh3b33nbzfcmjbvk74aywro6ni