The Use of 35S RNA as Either Messenger or Replicative Intermediate Might Control the Cauliflower Mosaic Virus Replication Cycle View Full Text


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DATE

1990

AUTHORS

T. Hohn , J-M. Bonneville , J. Fütterer , K. Gordon , J. Jiricny , S. Karlsson , H. Sanfaon , M. Schultze , M. de Tapia

ABSTRACT

The plant pararetrovirus cauliflower mosaic virus (CaMV) contains 8000 bp of open circular DNA, which become supercoiled upon entering the nucleus (reviewed by Bonneville et al., 1988). Two major transcripts have been characterized (Fig. 1): the 19S RNA, which encodes the viral inclusion body matrix protein and the terminally redundant 35S RNA, which is the template for the viral reverse transcriptase and probably the mRNA for most of the viral proteins, especially systemic spreading factor, insect transmission factor and capsid protein. In addition a third RNA (22S RNA) of low abundance, covering ORF V, might exist (Plant et al., 1985). The 35S RNA is a very poor substrate for translation in vitro (Gordon et al., 1988), probably because of its 600 nt long leader containing several small ORFs and due to its polycistronic nature. We therefore studied its translation in transfected plant protoplasts with reporter genes attached to various viral ORFs. Our results indicate that a transactivator encoded by the 19S operon is required for efficient expression of most downstream ORFs. Availability of this transactivator together with some cellular factors may determine the use of the 35S RNA as either template for reverse transcription or as mRNA for structural proteins and thereby divide the CaMV replication cycle into an early and a late phase. More... »

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67-78

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Viral Genes and Plant Pathogenesis

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978-1-4612-8006-4
978-1-4612-3424-1

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