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Mapping of the P1 proteinase cleavage site in the polyprotein of Wheat streak mosaic virus (genus Tritimovirus)
Journal of General Virology
Choi, Il-Ryong ; Horken, Kempton M.; Stenger, Drake C.; and French, Roy C., "Mapping of the P1 proteinase cleavage site in the polyprotein of Wheat streak mosaic virus (genus Tritimovirus)" (2002). Papers in Plant Pathology. 11. Monopartite members of the family Potyviridae utilize three virus-encoded proteinases to cleave the viral polyprotein into mature proteins. The amino-terminal region of the viral polyprotein is autolytically cleaved by the P1 proteinase. A domain required for P1doi:10.1099/0022-1317-83-2-443 pmid:11807238 fatcat:3sk5vrl2m5csnobdq2mao5gpku