Borna disease virus (BDV) polymerase can be reconstituted by co-expression of the viral genes N, P and L. N codes for two proteins, p39 and p38, resulting from alternative translation initiation. Using a viral minireplicon system we observed that unlike p39, p38 was almost completely inactive when expressed with P and L alone. Since BDV polymerase requires a 10–20 fold excess of N protein over P for high activity, we determined whether p38 might serve as buffer that influences the viral N:P ratio. We demonstrate that p38 efficiently rescued BDV polymerase activity in cells expressing unfavorably high amounts of P.
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 1, 2004
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