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Abstract

In-frame contiguous deletions were created in the movement protein gene of alfalfa mosaic virus by site- directed mutagenesis. The mutated movement proteins were expressed in extracted and then purified by denaturing gel electrophoresis and then renatured. Their binding ability with RNA was assayed by electrophoretic retardation and u.v.-crosslinking. Results indicated that a domain included within amino acids 36 to 81 was necessary for RNA binding.

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