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The 35S RNA is particularly complex, containing a highly structured 600 nucleotide long leader sequence with six to eight short open reading frames (ORFs) (Fütterer et al., 1988; Pooggin et al., 1998). This leader is followed by seven tightly arranged longer ORFs that encode all the viral proteins (reviewed by Hohn and Fütterer, 1997). The mechanism of expression of these proteins is very special. The ORF VI protein (encoded by the 19S RNA) controls translation reinitiation of major open reading frames on the polycistronic 35S RNA. TAV function depends on its association with polysomes and eukaryotic initiation factor eIF3 (Park et al., 2001).

ORF I   Movement protein
ORF II  Insect transmission factor
ORF IV  Capsid protein
ORF V   Protease, reverse transcriptase and RNaseH
ORF VI  Translational activator / Inclusion body protein 
ORF VII Unknown (dispensable)

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