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A-D Yang, M Barro, M I Gorziglia, J T Patton
The eleven rotavirus mRNAs contain 5'-cap structures and most end with the 3'-consensus sequence 5'-UGACC-3'. The UGACC functions as a common translation enhancer (3'-TE-con) that upregulates viral protein expression through a process mediated by the nonstructural protein NSP3. To address the possibility that gene-specific enhancers are also contained in the untranslated regions (UTRs) of the rotavirus mRNAs, we used rabbit reticulocyte lysates to investigate the translation efficiencies of analog RNAs containing viral-specific 5'-and 3'-UTRs and the open reading frame for chloramphenicol acetyltransferase...
February 2004: Archives of Virology
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