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Entry: Tenui_NS3
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#=GF ID   Tenui_NS3
#=GF AC   PF05310.9
#=GF DE   Tenuivirus movement protein
#=GF PI   Tenuivirus_NS3; 
#=GF AU   Moxon SJ
#=GF SE   Pfam-B_7740 (release 7.7)
#=GF GA   25.00 25.00;
#=GF TC   217.70 217.60;
#=GF NC   19.80 19.10;
#=GF BM   hmmbuild HMM.ann SEED.ann
#=GF SM   hmmsearch -Z 11927849 -E 1000 --cpu 4 HMM pfamseq
#=GF TP   Family
#=GF RN   [1]
#=GF RM   8883361
#=GF RT   Maize stripe tenuivirus RNA2 transcripts in plant and insect
#=GF RT   hosts and analysis of pvc2, a protein similar to the Phlebovirus
#=GF RT   virion membrane glycoproteins. 
#=GF RA   Estabrook EM, Suyenaga K, Tsai JH, Falk BW; 
#=GF RL   Virus Genes 1996;12:239-247.
#=GF RN   [2]
#=GF RM   18818319
#=GF RT   Identification of a movement protein of the tenuivirus rice
#=GF RT   stripe virus.
#=GF RA   Xiong R, Wu J, Zhou Y, Zhou X;
#=GF RL   J Virol. 2008;82:12304-12311.
#=GF RN   [3]
#=GF RM   19251298
#=GF RT   Characterization and subcellular localization of an RNA
#=GF RT   silencing suppressor encoded by Rice stripe tenuivirus.
#=GF RA   Xiong R, Wu J, Zhou Y, Zhou X;
#=GF RL   Virology. 2009;387:29-40.
#=GF DR   INTERPRO; IPR007974;
#=GF CC   This family of ssRNA negative-strand crop plant tenuivirus
#=GF CC   proteins appears to combine PV2 [1], NS2 [2], NS3, and PV3
#=GF CC   proteins. Plant viruses encode specific proteins known as
#=GF CC   movement proteins (MPs) to control their spread through
#=GF CC   plasmodesmata (PD) in walls between cells as well as from leaf
#=GF CC   to leaf via vascular-dependent transport.  During this movement
#=GF CC   process, the virally encoded MPs interact with viral genomes for
#=GF CC   transport from the viral replication sites to the PDs in the
#=GF CC   walls of infected cells along the cytoskeleton and/or
#=GF CC   endoplasmic reticulum (ER) network. The virus is then thought to
#=GF CC   move through the PDs in the form of MP-associated
#=GF CC   ribonucleoprotein complexes or as virions [2]. The NS3 protein
#=GF CC   appears to function as an RNA silencing suppressor [3].
#=GF SQ   2
#=GS P2_RSVT/4-173    AC Q89717.1
#=GS VSR_RSVT/17-191  AC P26658.1
P2_RSVT/4-173               llfndhyygfl----------------------.....--------HKYKRHTGSYDNLFNLRCSKEDHYLNSLDAIWLMGCCEEFTDPALRAHALAIATESNIGLVNNNAVisdERLKCWLCKKPSHQQTEHLKLILLPNLVNGFQFATESYHICLKDHSGDDPTQYLSEFSFPTGLRAYYKPHQKMEHKHIVVTNGIPISKNF
VSR_RSVT/17-191             ...........LLLENDLTSLSINCDDVHCSSRalcyiYDIHSSRHPSIDEH--QFLRLLHGPDDAVTLGSFLKTLIWILSHDKNLPEEYRLPTIMMSSSYVKFFTEVKPRP...PSTNCWTCR----MSKDNLPFTVPS--VKGFPPDAELYIVPISDHDG--------KPVKFDNRKTLYRSPSKKRHKYVISSDKPPLSARY
#=GC seq_cons               ...............................................phccH..pa.pLhph.sst.shh...hshIWlhupscphs-.hhhsphhh.uo.sphhh.spsts....phpCWhC+.....pp-pL.hhl.s..VpGF..ssE.YhlslpDHsG........c.sh.ssh+shY+s.pKhcHKallsost.PlStpa
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