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A putative antiviral role of plant cytidine deaminases

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May 16, 2014

Susana MartínSantiago F. Elena

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A mechanism of innate antiviral immunity operating against viruses infecting mammalian cells has been described during the last decade. Host cytidine deaminases (e.g., APOBEC3 proteins) edit viral genomes giving raise to hypermutated nonfunctional viruses; consequently, viral fitness is...read more

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Osteopetrosis Lethal
Genome Encoded Entity
Mutagenesis Process
Non-Functioning Endocrine Neoplasm
Antiviral Agents
Arabidopsis thaliana <plant>
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Cauliflower Mosaic Virus
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  • A putative antiviral role of plant cytidine deaminases

    bioRxiv

    May 16, 2014

    Susana MartínSantiago F. Elena

    PMID: 990005256

    DOI: 10.1101/005256

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    A mechanism of innate antiviral immunity operating against viruses infecting mammalian cells has been described during the last decade. Host cytidine deaminases (e.g., APOBEC3 proteins) edit viral genomes giving raise to hypermutated nonfunctional viruses; consequently, viral fitness is...read more

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    Osteopetrosis Lethal
    Genome Encoded Entity
    Mutagenesis Process
    Non-Functioning Endocrine Neoplasm
    Antiviral Agents
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