Ambisense.capsnatch-1

Ambisense.capsnatch-1 - obtained? Cap-snatching occurs in...

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Coding arrangements of bunyavirus genomic RNAs L RNAs are negative sense; M RNAs are negative or AMBISENSE ! S RNAs are negative or AMBISENSE !
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Tospovirus genome organization and gene expression Thus, the full-length v- and vcRNAs are not mRNAs! The v- and vcRNAs are not 5’ capped, but the mRNAs are! How are the mRNAs generated?
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How are the host-derived capped mRNA leader sequences
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Unformatted text preview: obtained? Cap-snatching occurs in the cytoplasm. Host mRNAs are selected based on their ability to hybridize to the 3 terminus of the RNA template. The base-pairing is typically only one or two nucleotides, but choice of the capped donor is based on distance from the 5 cap, and base-pairing with the template....
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2011 for the course MIC 162 taught by Professor Manning during the Spring '09 term at UC Davis.

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