Diverse Strategies Used by Picornaviruses to Escape Host RNA Decay Pathways
AbstractTo successfully replicate, viruses protect their genomic material from degradation by the host cell. RNA viruses must contend with numerous destabilizing host cell processes including mRNA decay pathways and viral RNA (vRNA) degradation resulting from the antiviral response. Members of the Picornaviridae family of small RNA viruses have evolved numerous diverse strategies to evade RNA decay, including incorporation of stabilizing elements into vRNA and re-purposing host stability factors. Viral proteins are deployed to disrupt and inhibit components of the decay machinery and to redirect decay machinery to the advantage of the virus. This review summarizes documented interactions of picornaviruses with cellular RNA decay pathways and processes. View Full-Text
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Ullmer, W.; Semler, B.L. Diverse Strategies Used by Picornaviruses to Escape Host RNA Decay Pathways. Viruses 2016, 8, 335.
Ullmer W, Semler BL. Diverse Strategies Used by Picornaviruses to Escape Host RNA Decay Pathways. Viruses. 2016; 8(12):335.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ullmer, Wendy; Semler, Bert L. 2016. "Diverse Strategies Used by Picornaviruses to Escape Host RNA Decay Pathways." Viruses 8, no. 12: 335.
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