Event Title

An Influenza N-Terminal Nucleoprotein Mutant Reveals Roles of Influenza NS Proteins in Viral Gene Expression

Presenter Information

Jose M. Ramirez

Presentation Type

Poster Presentation

College

College of Natural Sciences

Major

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Biology

Location

Event Center B

Faculty Mentor

Dr. Laura Newcomb

Start Date

2-27-2013 10:10 AM

End Date

2-27-2013 6:00 PM

Abstract

Using a truncated Influenza Nucleoprotein that is defective in viral replication and transcription, we can reveal the role of influenza NS protein in viral replication and transcription. Our current work shows NS proteins rescue the defect of our mutant Nucleoprotein at the level of translation.

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An Influenza N-Terminal Nucleoprotein Mutant Reveals Roles of Influenza NS Proteins in Viral Gene Expression

Event Center B

Using a truncated Influenza Nucleoprotein that is defective in viral replication and transcription, we can reveal the role of influenza NS protein in viral replication and transcription. Our current work shows NS proteins rescue the defect of our mutant Nucleoprotein at the level of translation.