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2020

Kanodia P, Vijayapalani P, Srivastava R, Bi R, Liu P, W. Miller A, et al.. Control of translation during the unfolded protein response in maize seedlings: Life without PERKs. Plant Direct [Internet]. 2020;4. Google Scholar

Kanodia P, Prasanth KR, Roa-Linares VC, Bradrick SS, Garcia-Blanco MA, Miller WA. A rapid and simple quantitative method for specific Detection of Smaller Co-terminal RNA by PCR (DeSCo-PCR): Application to the detection of viral subgenomic RNAs. RNA. 2020;26:888-901. Google Scholar

Carino EJ, Scheets K, W. Miller A. The RNA of maize chlorotic mottle virus - an obligatory component of maize lethal necrosis disease - is translated via a variant panicum mosaic virus-like cap-independent translation element. J Virol [Internet]. 2020;94(22):e01005-20. Google Scholar

2019

Kraft JJ, Peterson MS, Cho SKi, Wang Z, Hui A, Rakotondrafara AM, et al.. The 3' Untranslated Region of a Plant Viral RNA Directs Efficient Cap-Independent Translation in Plant and Mammalian Systems. Pathogens [Internet]. 2019;8(1). Google Scholar

W. Miller A, Dinesh-Kumar SP. Commentary: A new mechanism for translational control in plants. FEBS Journal [Internet]. 2019;. Google Scholar

Dolezal AG, Carrillo-Tripp J, Judd T, Miller WA, Bonning BC, Toth AL. Interacting stressors matter: diet quality and virus infection in honeybee health. Royal Society Open Science [Internet]. 2019;6. Google Scholar

2018

Xu Y, Ju H-J, DeBlasio S, Carino EJ, Johnson R, MacCoss MJ, et al.. A stem-loop structure in Potato leafroll virus open reading frame 5 (ORF5) is essential for readthrough translation of the coat protein ORF stop codon 700 bases upstream. J. Virol. [Internet]. 2018;92. Google Scholar

2017

Feng Y, Krueger EN, Liu S, Dorman K, Bonning BC, Miller WA. Discovery of known and novel viral genomes in soybean aphid by deep sequencing. Phytobiomes. 2017;1:1-10.Google Scholar

Zhao P, Liu Q, Miller WA, Goss DG. Eukaryotic translation initiation factor 4G (eIF4G) coordinates interactions with eIF4A, eIF4B, and eIF4E in binding and translation of the barley yellow dwarf virus 3' cap-independent translation element (BTE). J. Biol. Chem. 2017;292:5921-5931.Google Scholar

Miras M, Miller WA, Truniger V, Aranda MA. Non-canonical translation in plant RNA viruses. Front. Plant Sci. 2017;8. Google Scholar

Doumayrou J, Sheber M, Bonning BC, W. Miller A. Quantification of Pea enation mosaic virus 1 and 2 during infection of Pisum sativum by one step real-time RT-PCR. J Virol Methods. 2017;240:63-68. Google Scholar

2016

Carrillo-Tripp J, Dolezal AG, Goblirsch MJ, Miller WA, Toth AL, Bonning BC. In vivo and in vitro infection dynamics of honey bee viruses. Scientific Reports. 2016;6:22265. Google Scholar

Dolezal AG, Carrillo-Tripp J, Miller WA, Bonning BC, Toth AL. Intensively cultivated landscape and Varroa mite infestation are associated with reduced honey bee nutritional state. PLoS ONE. 2016;11:e0153531. Google Scholar

Miller WA, Shen R, Staplin WR, Kanodia P. Noncoding RNAs of plant viruses and viroids: Sponges of host translation and RNA interference machinery. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 2016;29:156-164. Google Scholar

Dolezal AG, Carrillo-Tripp J, Miller WA, Bonning BC, Toth AL. Pollen contaminated with field-relevant levels of cyhalothrin affects honey bee survival, nutritional physiology, and pollen consumption behavior. Journal of Economic Entomology. 2016;109:41-48. Google Scholar

Doumayrou J, Sheber M, Bonning BC, W. Miller A. Quantification of Pea enation mosaic virus 1 and 2 during infection of Pisum sativum by one step real-time RT-PCR. Journal of Virological Methods. 2016;(240):63-68. Google Scholar

Doumayrou J, Sheber M, Bonning BC, W. Miller A. Role of Pea Enation Mosaic Virus Coat Protein in the Host Plant and Aphid Vector. Viruses. 2016;8(11). Google Scholar

2015

Miller WA, Jackson J, Feng Y. Cis- and trans-regulation of luteovirus gene expression by the 3' end of the viral genome. Virus Res. 2015/04/11th ed. 2015;206:37–45. Google Scholar

Smirnova E, Firth AE, Miller WA, Scheidecker D, Brault V, Reinbold C, et al.. Discovery of a Small Non-AUG-Initiated ORF in Poleroviruses and Luteoviruses That Is Required for Long-Distance Movement. PLoS Pathog. 2015/05/07th ed. 2015;11:e1004868. Google Scholar

Almasi R, Miller WA, Ziegler-Graff V. Mild and severe cereal yellow dwarf viruses differ in silencing suppressor efficiency of the P0 protein. Virus Research. 2015;208:199-206. Google Scholar

Brinton MA, Miller WA. Positive strand RNA virus replication: It depends on the ends. Virus Research. 2015;206:1-2. Google Scholar

Sharma SD, Kraft JJ, Miller WA, Goss DJ. Recruitment of the 40S Ribosome Subunit to the 3'-Untranslated Region (UTR) of a Viral mRNA, via the eIF4 Complex, Facilitates Cap-independent Translation. J Biol Chem. 2015/03/21th ed. 2015;290:11268-81. Google Scholar

2014

Liu S, Vijayendran D, Carrillo-Tripp J, Miller WA, Bonning BC. Analysis of new aphid lethal paralysis virus (ALPV) isolates suggests evolution of two ALPV species. J Gen Virol. 2014/08/30th ed. 2014;95:2809-19. Google Scholar

Pal N, Boyapalle S, Beckett RJ, Miller WA, Bonning BC. A baculovirus-expressed dicistrovirus that is infectious to aphids [CORRECTION]. J Virol. 2014/02/26th ed. 2014;88:3610. Google Scholar

Miller WA, Carrillo-Tripp J, Bonning BC, Dolezal AG, Toth AL. Conclusive evidence of replication of a plant virus in honeybees is lacking. MBio. 2014/05/29th ed. 2014;5:e00985-14. Google Scholar

Miras M, Sempere RN, Kraft JJ, Miller WA, Aranda MA, Truniger V. Interfamilial recombination between viruses led to acquisition of a novel translation-enhancing RNA element that allows resistance breaking. New Phytol. 2014/01/01th ed. 2014;202:233-46. Google Scholar

Carrillo-Tripp J, Krueger EN, Harrison RL, Toth AL, Miller WA, Bonning BC. Lymantria dispar iflavirus 1 (LdIV1), a new model to study iflaviral persistence in lepidopterans. J Gen Virol. 2014/07/06th ed. 2014;95:2285-96. Google Scholar

Saiyasombat R, Carrillo-Tripp J, Miller WA, Bredenbeek PJ, Blitvich BJ. Substitution of the premembrane and envelope protein genes of Modoc virus with the homologous sequences of West Nile virus generates a chimeric virus that replicates in vertebrate but not mosquito cells. Virol J. 2014/08/26th ed. 2014;11:150. Google Scholar

Bonning BC, Pal N, Liu S, Wang Z, Sivakumar S, Dixon PM, et al.. Toxin delivery by the coat protein of an aphid-vectored plant virus provides plant resistance to aphids. Nat Biotechnol. 2013/12/10th ed. 2014;32:102-5. Google Scholar

2013

Simon AE, Miller WA. 3' cap-independent translation enhancers of plant viruses. Annu Rev Microbiol. 2013/05/21th ed. 2013;67:21-42. Google Scholar

Kraft JJ, Treder K, Peterson MS, Miller WA. Cation-dependent folding of 3' cap-independent translation elements facilitates interaction of a 17-nucleotide conserved sequence with eIF4G. Nucleic Acids Res. 2013/01/31th ed. 2013;41:3398-413. Google Scholar

Krueger EN, Beckett RJ, Gray SM, Miller WA. The complete nucleotide sequence of the genome of Barley yellow dwarf virus-RMV reveals it to be a new Polerovirus distantly related to other yellow dwarf viruses. Front Microbiol. 2013/07/28th ed. 2013;4:205. Google Scholar

2012

Vijayapalani P, Maeshima M, Nagasaki-Takekuchi N, Miller WA. Interaction of the trans-frame potyvirus protein P3N-PIPO with host protein PCaP1 facilitates potyvirus movement. PLoS Pathog. 2012/04/19th ed. 2012;8:e1002639. Google Scholar

Fan Q, Treder K, Miller WA. Untranslated regions of diverse plant viral RNAs vary greatly in translation enhancement efficiency. BMC Biotechnol. 2012/05/09th ed. 2012;12:22. Google Scholar

2011

Wang Z, Parisien M, Scheets K, Miller WA. The cap-binding translation initiation factor, eIF4E, binds a pseudoknot in a viral cap-independent translation element. Structure. 2011/06/08th ed. 2011;19:868-80. Google Scholar

Kraft JJ, Hoy JA, Miller WA. Crystallization and preliminary X-ray diffraction analysis of the barley yellow dwarf virus cap-independent translation element. Acta Crystallogr Sect F Struct Biol Cryst Commun. 2011/05/06th ed. 2011;67:561-4. Google Scholar

2010

Bonning BC, Miller WA. Dicistroviruses. Annu Rev Entomol. 2009/12/08th ed. 2010;55:129-50. Google Scholar

Liu S, Sivakumar S, Sparks WO, Miller WA, Bonning BC. A peptide that binds the pea aphid gut impedes entry of Pea enation mosaic virus into the aphid hemocoel. Virology. 2010/03/13th ed. 2010;401:107-16. Google Scholar

Wang Z, Kraft JJ, Hui AY, Miller WA. Structural plasticity of Barley yellow dwarf virus-like cap-independent translation elements in four genera of plant viral RNAs. Virology. 2010/04/16th ed. 2010;402:177-86. Google Scholar

2009

Sivakumar S, Wang Z, Harrison RL, Liu S, Miller WA, Bonning BC. Baculovirus-expressed virus-like particles of Pea enation mosaic virus vary in size and encapsidate baculovirus mRNAs. Virus Res. 2008/11/18th ed. 2009;139:54-63. Google Scholar

Soto V, Dorman KS, Miller WA, Farfan-Ale JA, Lorono-Pino MA, Garcia-Rejon JE, et al.. Complete nucleotide sequences of the small and medium RNA genome segments of Kairi virus (family Bunyaviridae). Arch Virol. 2009/08/04th ed. 2009;154:1555-8. Google Scholar

Liu S, Sivakumar S, Wang Z, Bonning BC, Miller WA. The readthrough domain of pea enation mosaic virus coat protein is not essential for virus stability in the hemolymph of the pea aphid. Arch Virol. 2009/02/26th ed. 2009;154:469-79. Google Scholar

Wang Z, Treder K, Miller WA. Structure of a viral cap-independent translation element that functions via high affinity binding to the eIF4E subunit of eIF4F. J Biol Chem. 2009/03/12th ed. 2009;284:14189-202. Google Scholar

2008

Treder K, Kneller EL, Allen EM, Wang Z, Browning KS, Miller WA. The 3' cap-independent translation element of Barley yellow dwarf virus binds eIF4F via the eIF4G subunit to initiate translation. RNA. 2007/11/21th ed. 2008;14:134-47. Google Scholar

Rakotondrafara AM, Miller WA. In vitro analysis of translation enhancers. Methods Mol Biol. 2008/03/29th ed. 2008;451:113-24. Google Scholar

Staplin WR, Miller WA. In vivo analyses of viral RNA translation. Methods Mol Biol. 2008/03/29th ed. 2008;451:99-112. Google Scholar

Boyapalle S, Beckett RJ, Pal N, Miller WA, Bonning BC. Infectious genomic RNA of Rhopalosiphum padi virus transcribed in vitro from a full-length cDNA clone. Virology. 2008/03/15th ed. 2008;375:401-11. Google Scholar

Chung BY, Miller WA, Atkins JF, Firth AE. An overlapping essential gene in the Potyviridae. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 2008/04/15th ed. 2008;105:5897-902. Google Scholar

Salem NM, Miller WA, Rowhani A, Golino DA, Moyne AL, Falk BW. Rose spring dwarf-associated virus has RNA structural and gene-expression features like those of Barley yellow dwarf virus. Virology. 2008/03/11th ed. 2008;375:354-60. Google Scholar

2007

Miller WA, Wang Z, Treder K. The amazing diversity of cap-independent translation elements in the 3'-untranslated regions of plant viral RNAs. Biochem Soc Trans. 2007/11/23th ed. 2007;35:1629-33. Google Scholar

Pal N, Boyapalle S, Beckett R, Miller WA, Bonning BC. A baculovirus-expressed dicistrovirus that is infectious to aphids. J Virol. 2007/06/29th ed. 2007;81:9339-45. Google Scholar

Boyapalle S, Pal N, Miller WA, Bonning BC. A glassy-winged sharpshooter cell line supports replication of Rhopalosiphum padi virus (Dicistroviridae). J Invertebr Pathol. 2006/11/23th ed. 2007;94:130-9. Google Scholar

Rakotondrafara AM, Jackson JR, Kneller EP, Miller WA. Preparation and electroporation of oat protoplasts from cell suspension culture. Curr Protoc Microbiol. 2008/09/05th ed. 2007;Chapter 16:Unit 16D 3. Google Scholar

Beckett R, Miller WA. Rapid full-length cloning of nonpolyadenylated RNA virus genomes. Curr Protoc Microbiol. 2008/09/05th ed. 2007;Chapter 16:Unit 16F 3. Google Scholar

Shen R, Miller WA. Structures required for poly(A) tail-independent translation overlap with, but are distinct from, cap-independent translation and RNA replication signals at the 3' end of Tobacco necrosis virus RNA. Virology. 2006/10/07th ed. 2007;358:448-58. Google Scholar

2006

Kneller EL, Rakotondrafara AM, Miller WA. Cap-independent translation of plant viral RNAs. Virus Res. 2005/12/20th ed. 2006;119:63-75. Google Scholar

Banerjee AK, Chatterjee M, Yu Y, Suh SG, Miller WA, Hannapel DJ. Dynamics of a mobile RNA of potato involved in a long-distance signaling pathway. Plant Cell. 2006/12/26th ed. 2006;18:3443-57. Google Scholar

Miller WA, White KA. Long-distance RNA-RNA interactions in plant virus gene expression and replication. Annu Rev Phytopathol. 2006/05/18th ed. 2006;44:447-67. Google Scholar

Rakotondrafara AM, Polacek C, Harris E, Miller WA. Oscillating kissing stem-loop interactions mediate 5' scanning-dependent translation by a viral 3'-cap-independent translation element. RNA. 2006/08/22th ed. 2006;12:1893-906. Google Scholar

Shen R, Rakotondrafara AM, Miller WA. trans regulation of cap-independent translation by a viral subgenomic RNA. J Virol. 2006/09/29th ed. 2006;80:10045-54. Google Scholar

Dreher TW, Miller WA. Translational control in positive strand RNA plant viruses. Virology. 2005/12/21th ed. 2006;344:185-97. Google Scholar

2004

Shen R, Miller WA. The 3' untranslated region of tobacco necrosis virus RNA contains a barley yellow dwarf virus-like cap-independent translation element. J Virol. 2004/04/14th ed. 2004;78:4655-64. Google Scholar

Song SI, Miller WA. Cis and trans requirements for rolling circle replication of a satellite RNA. J Virol. 2004/03/03th ed. 2004;78:3072-82. Google Scholar

Shen R, Miller WA. Subgenomic RNA as a riboregulator: negative regulation of RNA replication by Barley yellow dwarf virus subgenomic RNA 2. Virology. 2004/09/08th ed. 2004;327:196-205. Google Scholar

2002

Barry JK, Miller WA. A -1 ribosomal frameshift element that requires base pairing across four kilobases suggests a mechanism of regulating ribosome and replicase traffic on a viral RNA. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 2002/08/01nd ed. 2002;99:11133-8. Google Scholar

Koev G, Liu S, Beckett R, Miller WA. The 3'-terminal structure required for replication of Barley yellow dwarf virus RNA contains an embedded 3' end. Virology. 2002/03/07nd ed. 2002;292:114-26. Google Scholar

Miller WA, Liu S, Beckett R. Barley yellow dwarf virus: Luteoviridae or Tombusviridae?. Mol Plant Pathol. 2002/07/01nd ed. 2002;3:177-83. Google Scholar

2001

Guo L, Allen EM, Miller WA. Base-pairing between untranslated regions facilitates translation of uncapped, nonpolyadenylated viral RNA. Mol Cell. 2001/06/08st ed. 2001;7:1103-9. Google Scholar

Paul CP, Barry JK, Dinesh-Kumar SP, Brault V, Miller WA. A sequence required for -1 ribosomal frameshifting located four kilobases downstream of the frameshift site. J Mol Biol. 2001/08/15st ed. 2001;310:987-99. Google Scholar

2000

Koev G, Miller WA. A positive-strand RNA virus with three very different subgenomic RNA promoters. J Virol. 2000/06/14th ed. 2000;74:5988-96. Google Scholar

Guo L, Allen E, Miller WA. Structure and function of a cap-independent translation element that functions in either the 3' or the 5' untranslated region. RNA. 2001/01/06st ed. 2000;6:1808-20. Google Scholar

Miller WA, Koev G. Synthesis of subgenomic RNAs by positive-strand RNA viruses. Virology. 2000/07/13th ed. 2000;273:1-8. Google Scholar

1999

Allen E, Wang S, Miller WA. Barley yellow dwarf virus RNA requires a cap-independent translation sequence because it lacks a 5' cap. Virology. 1999/01/27th ed. 1999;253:139-44. Google Scholar

Wang S, Guo L, Allen E, Miller WA. A potential mechanism for selective control of cap-independent translation by a viral RNA sequence in cis and in trans. RNA. 1999/06/22th ed. 1999;5:728-38. Google Scholar

Koev G, Mohan BR, Miller WA. Primary and secondary structural elements required for synthesis of barley yellow dwarf virus subgenomic RNA1. J Virol. 1999/03/12th ed. 1999;73:2876-85. Google Scholar

Song SI, Silver SL, Aulik MA, Rasochova L, Mohan BR, Miller WA. Satellite cereal yellow dwarf virus-RPV (satRPV) RNA requires a douXble hammerhead for self-cleavage and an alternative structure for replication. J Mol Biol. 1999/11/02th ed. 1999;293:781-93. Google Scholar

1998

Koev G, Mohan BR, Dinesh-Kumar SP, Torbert KA, Somers DA, Miller WA. Extreme Reduction of Disease in Oats Transformed with the 5' Half of the Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus-PAV Genome. Phytopathology. 2008/10/24th ed. 1998;88:1013-9. Google Scholar

Miller WA, Koev G. Getting a handle on RNA virus recombination. Trends Microbiol. 1998/12/10th ed. 1998;6:421-3. Google Scholar

1997

Miller WA, Rasochova L. Barley yellow dwarf viruses. Annu Rev Phytopathol. 1997/01/01th ed. 1997;35:167-90. Google Scholar

Rasochova L, Passmore BK, Falk BW, Miller WA. The satellite RNA of barley yellow dwarf virus-RPV is supported by beet western yellows virus in dicotyledonous protoplasts and plants. Virology. 1997/05/12th ed. 1997;231:182-91. Google Scholar

Wang S, Browning KS, Miller WA. A viral sequence in the 3'-untranslated region mimics a 5' cap in facilitating translation of uncapped mRNA. EMBO J. 1997/07/01th ed. 1997;16:4107-16. Google Scholar

1996

Chay CA, Gunasinge UB, Dinesh-Kumar SP, Miller WA, Gray SM. Aphid transmission and systemic plant infection determinants of barley yellow dwarf luteovirus-PAV are contained in the coat protein readthrough domain and 17-kDa protein, respectively. Virology. 1996/05/01th ed. 1996;219:57-65. Google Scholar

Brown CM, Dinesh-Kumar SP, Miller WA. Local and distant sequences are required for efficient readthrough of the barley yellow dwarf virus PAV coat protein gene stop codon. J Virol . 1996/09/01th ed. 1996;70:5884-92. Google Scholar

1995

Mohan BR, Dinesh-Kumar SP, Miller WA. Genes and cis-acting sequences involved in replication of barley yellow dwarf virus-PAV RNA. Virology. 1995/09/10th ed. 1995;212:186-95. Google Scholar

Wang S, Miller WA. A sequence located 4.5 to 5 kilobases from the 5' end of the barley yellow dwarf virus (PAV) genome strongly stimulates translation of uncapped mRNA. J Biol Chem. 1995/06/02th ed. 1995;270:13446-52. Google Scholar

1994

Silver SL, Rasochova L, Dinesh-Kumar SP, Miller WA. Replication of barley yellow dwarf virus satellite RNA transcripts in oat protoplasts. Virology. 1994/01/01th ed. 1994;198:331-5. Google Scholar

1993

Dinesh-Kumar SP, Miller WA. Control of start codon choice on a plant viral RNA encoding overlapping genes. Plant Cell. 1993/06/01rd ed. 1993;5:679-92. Google Scholar

Di R, Dinesh-Kumar SP, Miller WA. Translational frameshifting by barley yellow dwarf virus RNA (PAV serotype) in Escherichia coli and in eukaryotic cell-free extracts. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 1993/07/01rd ed. 1993;6:444-52. Google Scholar

1992

Jayaram C, Hill JH, Miller WA. Complete nucleotide sequences of two soybean mosaic virus strains differentiated by response of soybean containing the Rsv resistance gene. J Gen Virol. 1992/08/01nd ed. 1992;73 ( Pt 8):2067-77. Google Scholar

Dinesh-Kumar SP, Brault V, Miller WA. Precise mapping and in vitro translation of a trifunctional subgenomic RNA of barley yellow dwarf virus. Virology. 1992/04/01nd ed. 1992;187:711-22. Google Scholar

Brault V, Miller WA. Translational frameshifting mediated by a viral sequence in plant cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 1992/03/15nd ed. 1992;89:2262-6. Google Scholar

1991

Miller WA, Silver SL. Alternative tertiary structure attenuates self-cleavage of the ribozyme in the satellite RNA of barley yellow dwarf virus. Nucleic Acids Res. 1991/10/11st ed. 1991;19:5313-20. Google Scholar

Jayaram C, Hill JH, Miller WA. Nucleotide sequences of the coat protein genes of two aphid-transmissible strains of soybean mosaic virus. J Gen Virol. 1991/04/01st ed. 1991;72 ( Pt 4):1001-3. Google Scholar

Miller WA, Hercus T, Waterhouse PM, Gerlach WL. A satellite RNA of barley yellow dwarf virus contains a novel hammerhead structure in the self-cleavage domain. Virology. 1991/08/01st ed. 1991;183:711-20. Google Scholar

1990

Gadani F, Mansky LM, Medici R, Miller WA, Hill JH. Genetic engineering of plants for virus resistance. Arch Virol. 1990/01/01th ed. 1990;115:1-21. Google Scholar

1988

Miller WA, Waterhouse PM, Kortt AA, Gerlach WL. Sequence and identification of the barley yellow dwarf virus coat protein gene. Virology. 1988/07/01th ed. 1988;165:306-9.Google Scholar

Miller WA, Waterhouse PM, Gerlach WL. Sequence and organization of barley yellow dwarf virus genomic RNA. Nucleic Acids Res. 1988/07/11th ed. 1988;16:6097-111.Google Scholar

1986

Miller WA, Bujarski JJ, Dreher TW, Hall TC. Minus-strand initiation by brome mosaic virus replicase within the 3' tRNA-like structure of native and modified RNA templates. J Mol Biol. 1986/02/20th ed. 1986;187:537-46. Google Scholar

1985

Miller WA, Dreher TW, Hall TC. Synthesis of brome mosaic virus subgenomic RNA in vitro by internal initiation on (-)-sense genomic RNA. Nature. 1985/01/03th ed. 1985;313:68-70. Google Scholar

1984

Miller WA, Hall TC. RNA-dependent RNA polymerase isolated from cowpea chlorotic mottle virus-infected cowpeas is specific for bromoviral RNA. Virology. 1984/01/15th ed. 1984;132:53-60. Google Scholar

1983

Miller WA, Hall TC. Use of micrococcal nuclease in the purification of highly template dependent RNA-dependent RNA polymerase from brome mosaic virus-infected barley. Virology. 1983/02/01rd ed. 1983;125:236-41. Google Scholar

1982

Bujarski JJ, Hardy SF, Miller WA, Hall TC. Use of dodecyl-beta-D-maltoside in the purification and stabilization of RNA polymerase from brome mosaic virus-infected barley. Virology. 1982/06/01nd ed. 1982;119:465-473. Google Scholar