Gerald Stubbs
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Barley stripe mosaic virus: structure and relationship to the tobamoviruses.

Kendall A, Williams D, Bian W, Stewart PL, Stubbs G
Virology. 2013 443 (2): 265-70

PMID: 23725818 · DOI:10.1016/j.virol.2013.05.010

Barley stripe mosaic virus (BSMV) is the type member of the genus Hordeivirus, rigid, rod-shaped viruses in the family Virgaviridae. We have used fiber diffraction and cryo-electron microscopy to determine the helical symmetry of BSMV to be 23.2 subunits per turn of the viral helix, and to obtain a low-resolution model of the virus by helical reconstruction methods. Features in the model support a structural relationship between the coat proteins of the hordeiviruses and the tobamoviruses.

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Capsid Proteins Cryoelectron Microscopy Evolution, Molecular Hordeum RNA Viruses Tobacco Tobacco Mosaic Virus X-Ray Diffraction

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