Form confers function: Case of the 3'X region of the hepatitis C virus genome

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hepatitis A 2545 1989 as one of the viruses capable of causing viral hepatitis, in addition to the previously known hepatitis A and B viruses (HAV, HBV)[[1]]. There are seven major HCV genotypes that differ in virulence and their
hepatitis C 95 Title: World Journal of GastroenterologyForm confers function: Case of the 3’X region of the hepatitis C virus genomeMariola DutkiewiczInstitute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poznan
hepatitis C 443 PolandPublication date (ppub): 8/2018Publication date (epub): 8/2018AbstractAt the 3’ end of genomic hepatitis C virus (HCV) RNA there is a highly conserved untranslated region, the 3’X-tail, which forms part of
hepatitis C 1658 formation. This article summarizes current knowledge on the structure and function of the 3’X region of hepatitis C genomic RNA, reviews previous opinions, presents new hypotheses and summarizes the questions that still
hepatitis C 2181 cycle. This article summarizes current knowledge of the structure and function of the 3’X region of hepatitis C genomic RNA, reviews previous opinions, presents new hypotheses and summarizes the questions that still
hepatitis C 5998 state of knowledge about the structure and functions of the most terminal section of the 3’UTR of hepatitis C virus, the 3’X-tail.STRUCTURE OF THE 3’UTR REGIONHCV 3’UTR has a variable length of 170 to 250
hepatitis C 6812 and is an almost absolutely conserved sequence[[6]].Figure 1Secondary structure model of the 3'UTR of hepatitis C virus genome with adjacent 3' terminal sequence of the coding region. The stop codon is indicated by
hepatitis C 9655 suggested[[17],[18],[20]].Figure 2Diverse secondary structure models proposed for the 3'X region of hepatitis C virus genome. A: The 3xSL model[[17],[18]]; B: The 4xSL model[[20]]; C: The 2xSL model[[21]]. The region
hepatitis C 16691 the extended homodimer[[24]].Figure 3Long-range RNA-RNA interactions proposed for the 3'X region of hepatitis C virus genome. A: The homodimeric interactions between two 3'X regions embedded into two RNA molecules,
viral hepatitis 2492 member of the genus hepaciviruses. HCV was identified in 1989 as one of the viruses capable of causing viral hepatitis , in addition to the previously known hepatitis A and B viruses (HAV, HBV)[[1]]. There are seven major

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