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Structure and Function of Biopolymers
Functional peculiarities of the prosomes of leaves Datura stramonium infected by potato virus X
1Maximenko L. A., 1Didenko L. F., 1Parkhomenko N. I.
  1. D. K. Zabolotny Institute of Microbiology and Virology, NAS of Ukraine
    154, Academika Zabolotnogo Str., Kyiv, Ukraine, 03680


Low-molecular RNP of 19 S and 10 S are able to supress protein synthesis in vitro, directed by potato virus X genome RNA and information RNA of polysomes. Though the most effective represser of virusspecific proteins synthesis in system of translation in vitro is RNA of prosomes.


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