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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : GE / gene-end

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2020 Non-gradient and genotype-dependent patterns of RSV gene expression. GS, NSV, qPCR, RSV
2016 [Construction and rescue of the minigenome of bovine parainfluenza virus type 3 based on T7 promoter expression system]. BPIV3, EGFP, GS, ORF
2015 The aberrant gene-end transcription signal of the matrix M gene of human parainfluenza virus type 3 downregulates fusion F protein expression and the F-specific antibody response in vivo. HPIV3, WT
2009 Complete genome sequence of avian paramyxovirus type 7 (strain Tennessee) and comparison with other paramyxoviruses. APMV-7, GS, IGS, nt
2009 [Construction of minireplicon of human respiratory syncytial virus]. EGFP, FACS, GS, GSGE, Le, MCS, RSV, Tr
2004 Effects of altering the transcription termination signals of respiratory syncytial virus on viral gene expression and growth in vitro and in vivo. RSV, TE
2001 Synergistic effects of gene-end signal mutations and the M2-1 protein on transcription termination by respiratory syncytial virus. nt, RSV
1999 Effect of inserting paramyxovirus simian virus 5 gene junctions at the HN/L gene junction: analysis of accumulation of mRNAs transcribed from rescued viable viruses. GS, HN, IG, SV5, vRNAP
1999 Model for polymerase access to the overlapped L gene of respiratory syncytial virus. GS, RSV
10  1997 Analysis of the gene start and gene end signals of human respiratory syncytial virus: quasi-templated initiation at position 1 of the encoded mRNA. GS, RSV
11  1996 Effects of mutations in the gene-start and gene-end sequence motifs on transcription of monocistronic and dicistronic minigenomes of respiratory syncytial virus. CAT, GS, Luc, ORF, RSV
12  1996 The structurally diverse intergenic regions of respiratory syncytial virus do not modulate sequential transcription by a dicistronic minigenome. CAT, GS, Luc, ORF, RSV