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Viruses, Volume 9, Issue 10 (October 2017)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Viruses use silencing suppressor proteins to combat or avoid a plant’s intrinsic RNA [...] Read more. Viruses use silencing suppressor proteins to combat or avoid a plant’s intrinsic RNA silencing defense mechanism. In the family Luteoviridae, members of the genera Polerovirus and Enamovirus have a strong suppressor of local and systemic RNA silencing, named P0. Members of the genus Luteovirus, however, lack the corresponding ORF 0. We show that, in the absence of P0, luteoviruses have evolved a P4 movement protein that also displays strong systemic silencing suppression activity by inhibiting the accumulation of small RNAs. View this paper