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Small Nuclear Inclusion Protein Encoded by a Plant Potyvirus Genome Is a Protease
Journal of Virology
Tobacco etch virus, a plant potyvirus, expresses its RNA genome as a large polyprotein precursor which undergoes extensive proteolytic processing to yield seven or more mature products. Two of these products, proteins with apparent molecular weights of 49,000 and 54,000 (49K and 54K proteins), aggregate in the form of crystalline inclusions within the nuclei of infected cells. Cell-free translation of synthetic transcripts was used to map the genes for these two products on the viral genome anddoi:10.1128/jvi.61.8.2540-2548.1987 fatcat:l4u2j7opqvgb5gzt6g47p7gg7u