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The Role of Base Modifications on Tyrosyl-tRNA Structure, Stability, and Function in Bacillus subtilis and Bacillus anthracis
tRNA molecules contain more than 80 chemically unique nucleotide base modifications that contribute to the chemical and physical diversity of RNAs as well as add to the overall fitness of the cell. For instance, base ...
The Induction of Infectivity in Human Astrovirus in Response to Capsid Proteolysis
Astrovirus is a non-enveloped, T=3, positive-sense RNA virus that presents with self-limiting gastroenteritis; however, it has been additionally associated with serious presentations such as nephritis, hepatitis, and ...
Structural and Functional Studies on the Infectious Salmon Anemia Virus Nucleoprotein
Genome packaging for viruses with segmented genomes is often a complex problem. This is particularly true for influenza viruses and other orthomyxoviruses which are able to cause infectious disease, and even worldwide ...