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  • Schadd, Mary C.; Haldeman-Chahill, Ruth; Cronin, Stephen; Carrington, James C. (American Society for Microbiology, 1996-10)
    A mutational analysis was conducted to investigate the functions of the tobacco etch potyvirus VPgproteinase (NIa) protein in vivo. The NIa N-terminal domain contains the VPg attachment site, whereas the C-terminal dom ...
  • Carrington, James C.; Freed, Deon D.; Sanders, Tatia C. (American Society for Microbiology, 1989-10)
    The virus-encoded proteins of tobacco etch virus (TEV), a plant potyvirus, arise by proteolytic processing of a large polyprotein precursor. The TEV genome codes for two proteinases, a 49-kilodalton proteinase and help ...
  • Carrington, James C.; Freed, Deon D. (American Society of Microbiology, 1990-04)
    The RNA genome of tobacco etch virus (TEV), a plant potyvirus, functions as an mRNA for synthesis of a 346-kilodalton polyprotein that undergoes extensive proteolytic processing. The RNA lacks a normal 5' cap structure ...
  • Li, Xiao Hua; Carrington, James C. (National Academy of Sciences, 1995-01)
    A genetic complementation system was developed in which tobacco etch virus (TEV) polymerase (NIb)- expressing transgenic plants or protoplasts were inoculated with NIb-defective TEV mutants. A β-glucuronidase (GUS) r ...
  • Fahlgren, Noah; Sullivan, Christopher M.; Kasschau, Krisitin D.; Chapman, Elisabeth J.; Cumbie, Jason S.; Montgomery, Taiowa A.; Gilbert, Sunny D.; Dasenko, Mark; Backman, Tyler W. H.; Givan, Scott A.; Carrington, James C. (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 2009-05)
    The advent of high-throughput sequencing (HTS) methods has enabled direct approaches to quantitatively profile small RNA populations. However, these methods have been limited by several factors, including representation ...
  • Verchot, Jeanmarie; Carrington, James C. (American Society of Microbiology, 1995-03)
    Tobacco etch virus (TEV) encodes three proteinases that catalyze processing of the genome-encoded polyprotein. The P1 proteinase originates from the N terminus of the polyprotein and catalyzes proteolysis between itsel ...
  • Gu, Weifeng; Shirayama, Masaki; Conte Jr., Darryl; Vasale, Jessica; Batista, Pedro J.; Claycomb, Julie M.; Moresco, James J.; Youngman, Elaine; Keys, Jennifer; Stoltz, Matthew J.; Chen, Chun-Cheih G.; Chaves, Daniel A.; Duan, Shenghua E.; Kasschau, Krisitin D.; Fahlgren, Noah; Yates III, John R.; Mitani, Shohei; Carrington, James C.; Mello, Craig C. (Elsevier Inc., 2010-10-23)
    Endogenous small RNAs (endo-siRNAs) interact with Argonaute (AGO) proteins to mediate sequence-specific regulation of diverse biological processes. Here, we combine deep-sequencing and genetic approaches to explore the ...
  • Fischer, Sylvia E. J.; Montgomery, Taiowa A.; Zhang, Chi; Fahlgren, Noah; Breen, Peter C.; Hwang, Alexia; Sullivan, Christopher M.; Carrington, James C.; Ruvkun, Gary (Public Library of Science, 2011-11)
    Endogenous small interfering RNAs (siRNAs) are a class of naturally occuring regulatory RNAs found in fungi, plants, and animals. Some endogenous siRNAs are required to silence transposons or function in chromosome segre ...
  • Verchot, Jeanmarie; Carrington, James C. (American Socirety of Microbiology, 1995-06)
    The tobacco etch potyvirus (TEV) polyprotein is proteolytically processed by three viral proteinases (NIa, HC-Pro, and P1). While the NIa and HC-Pro proteinases each provide multiple functions essential for viral infec ...
  • Wei, Taiyun; Zhang, Changwei; Hong, Jian; Xiong, Ruyi; Kasschau, Krisitin D.; Zhou, Xueping; Carrington, James C.; Wang, Aiming (Public Library of Science, 2010-06-24)
    Intercellular transport of viruses through cytoplasmic connections, termed plasmodesmata (PD), is essential for systemic infection in plants by viruses. Previous genetic and ultrastructural data revealed that the potyvi ...
  • Carbonell, Alberto; Fahlgren, Noah; Garcia-Ruiz, Hernan; Gilbert, Kerrigan B.; Montgomery, Taiowa A.; Nguyen, Tammy; Cuperus, Josh T.; Carrington, James C. (American Society of Plant Biologists, 2012-09)
    In RNA-directed silencing pathways, ternary complexes result from small RNA-guided ARGONAUTE (AGO) associating with target transcripts. Target transcripts are often silenced through direct cleavage (slicing), destabiliza ...
  • Xie, Zhixin; Johansen, Lisa K.; Gustafan, Adam M.; Kasschau, Kristin D.; Lellis, Andrew D.; Zilberman, Daniel; Jacobsen, Steven E.; Carrington, James C. (Public Library of Science, 2004-05)
    Multicellular eukaryotes produce small RNA molecules (approximately 21–24 nucleotides) of two general types, microRNA (miRNA) and short interfering RNA (siRNA). They collectively function as sequence-specific guides to ...
  • Lee, Hanna; Yoo, Seong Jeon; Lee, Jeong Hwan; Kim, Wanhui; Yoo, Seung Kwan; Fitzgerald, Heather; Carrington, James C.; Ahn, Ji Hoon (Oxford University Press, 2010-01-12)
    Flowering is the primary trait affected by ambient temperature changes. Plant microRNAs (miRNAs) are small non-coding RNAs playing an important regulatory role in plant development. In this study, to elucidate the me ...
  • Kasschau, Kristin D.; Fahlgren, Noah; Chapman, Elisabeth J.; Sullivan, Christopher M.; Cumbie, Jason S.; Givan, Scott A.; Carrington, James C. (PLoS ONE, 2007-03)
    Eukaryotes contain a diversified set of small RNA-guided pathways that control genes, repeated sequences, and viruses at the transcriptional and posttranscriptional levels. Genome-wide profiles and analyses of small RNA ...
  • Klevebring, Daniel; Street, Nathaniel R.; Fahlgren, Noah; Kasschau, Krisitin D.; Carrington, James C.; Lundeberg, Joakim; Jansson, Stefan (BioMed Central, 2009-12-20)
    Background: Short RNAs, and in particular microRNAs, are important regulators of gene expression both within defined regulatory pathways and at the epigenetic scale. We investigated the short RNA (sRNA) population (18- ...
  • Fahlgren, Noah; Howell, Miya D.; Kasschau, Kristin D.; Sullivan, Christopher M.; Cumbie, Jason S.; Givan, Scott A.; Law, Theresa F.; Grant, Sarah R.; Dangl, Jeffrey L.; Carrington, James C. (PLoS ONE, 2007-02)
    In plants, microRNAs (miRNAs) comprise one of two classes of small RNAs that function primarily as negative regulators at the posttranscriptional level. Several MIRNA genes in the plant kingdom are ancient, with conserv ...
  • Sáenz, Pilar; Salvador, Beatriz; Simón-Mateo, Carmen; Kasschau, Kristin D.; Carrington, James C.; García, Juan Antonio (American Society for Microbiology, 2002-02)
    Plum pox virus (PPV) is a member of the Potyvirus genus that, in nature, infects trees of the Prunus genus. Although PPV infects systemically several species of the Nicotiana genus, such as N. clevelandii and N. bentha ...
  • Grey, Finn; Antoniewicz, Andy; Allen, Edwards; Saugstad, Julie; McShea, Andy; Carrington, James C.; Nelson, Jay (American Society for Microbiology, 2005-09)
    MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are an extensive class of noncoding genes that regulate gene expression through posttranscriptional repression. Given the potential for large viral genomes to encode these transcripts, we examined th ...
  • Cuperus, Josh T.; Montgomery, Taiowa A.; Fahlgren, Noah; Burke, Russell T.; Townsend, Tiffany; Sullivan, Christopher M.; Carrington, James C. (National Academy of Sciences, 2010-01-05)
    Transacting siRNA (tasiRNA) biogenesis in Arabidopsis is initiated by microRNA (miRNA) –guided cleavage of primary transcripts. In the case of TAS3 tasiRNA formation, ARGONAUTE7 (AGO7)– miR390 complexes interact with ...
  • Jeong, Dong-Hoon; Schmidt, Skye A.; Rymarquis, Linda A.; Park, Sunhee; Ganssmann, Matthias; German, Marcelo A.; Accerbi, Monica; Zhai, Jixian; Fahlgren, Noah; Fox, Samuel E.; Garvin, David F.; Mockler, Todd C.; Carrington, James C.; Meyers, Blake C.; Green, Pamela J. (BioMed Central Ltd., 2013-12-24)
    BACKGROUND: The wild grass Brachypodium distachyon has emerged as a model system for temperate grasses and biofuel plants. However, the global analysis of miRNAs, molecules known to be key for eukaryotic gene regulation ...

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