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Equine arteritis virus leader TRS hairpin (LTH)

Equine arteritis virus leader TRS hairpin (LTH)
EAV_LTH
Type: Cis-reg;
2° structure: Published; PubMed
Seed alignment: PubMed
Avg length: 45.60 nucleotides
Avg identity: 99.00%

The equine arteritis virus leader transcription-regulating sequence hairpin (LTH) is as RNA element that is thought to be a key structural element in discontinuous subgenomic RNA synthesis and is critical for leader transcription-regulating sequences (TRS) function.[1] Similar structure have been predicted in other arteriviruses and coronaviruses.

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