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Abstract

SUMMARY

Digestion of the -acetylated-tyrosylated form of brome mosaic virus (BMV) RNA with proteinase K removed the 3′-blocking -acetyl-tyrosine residue. Removal of the blocking group affected neither infectivity nor mRNA activity. The previously reported effect of acetylation of tyrosylated BMV RNA on infectivity appears to result from non-specific acetylation of the RNA.

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