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Purification and properties of blackberry chlorotic ringspot, a new virus species in subgroup 1 of the genus Ilarvirus found naturally infecting blackberry in the UK
The findings, together with the biological and biochemical properties of this virus, indicate that it should be regarded as a distinct species in subgroup 1 of the genus Ilarvirus even though it was serologically unrelated to existing members of this subgroup. Expand
The sequence of RNA 1 and RNA 2 of tobacco streak virus: additional evidence for the inclusion of alfalfa mosaic virus in the genus Ilarvirus
These two sequences complete the information on the genome of TSV, the type member of the genus Ilarvirus, and are the first sequences described for the RNA 1 and RNA 2 of a member of subgroup 1 of this genus. Expand
The coat proteins and putative movement proteins of isolates of Prunus necrotic ringspot virus from different host species and geographic origins are extensively conserved
- S. Scott, M. T. Zimmerman, X. Ge, D. Mackenzie
- European Journal of Plant Pathology
- 1 March 1998
Comparisons of these sequences with those of other published sequences for PNRSV and the closely related apple mosaic virus showed that both the movement proteins and coat proteins of isolates of P NRSV are extensively conserved irrespective of either the original host or the geographic origin. Expand
Differences between the coat protein amino acid sequences of English and Scottish serotypes of Raspberry ringspot virus exposed on the surface of virus particles.
The region of the RNA 2 coding for the putative helper/movement protein and the coat protein (CP) of each of six isolates of Raspberry ringspot virus was sequenced and these sequences were compared with the published sequence of the Scottish type isolate, separating the English and Scottish serotypes into two distinct clades. Expand
Complete sequence of the RNA 1 and RNA 2 of Parietaria mottle virus
Comparisons of the sequences of the RNA 1 and RNA 2 of PMoV described in this report with corresponding molecules of other ilarviruses confirm this relationship. Expand
Viruses in subgroup 2 of the genus Ilarvirus share both serological relationships and characteristics at the molecular level
Sequence data have been determined for 5 members of subgroup 2 of the genus Ilarvirus and indicate that the ilarvirus Hydrangea mosaic virus (HdMV) is an isolate of Elm mottle virus (EMoV). Expand
Problems with interpretation of serological assays in a virus survey of orchid species from Puerto Rico, Ecuador, and Florida
Results illustrate the need to utilize more than one diagnostic technique before discarding a valuable orchid plant, as several orchid plants gave ELISA reactions greater than three times the negative control with all the virus antisera tested. Expand
The complete sequence of the genome of Humulus japonicus latent virus
Pairwise comparisons of the putative amino acid sequences of the CPs of HJLV, PNRSV, and ApMV confirm that HJ LV is distinct from the other two viruses, however, an amino acid motif common to the CP of all three viruses, but absent in theCP of other ilarviruses, exists, and this might offer an explanation for the serological relationship between H JLV and P NRSV. Expand
American plum line pattern virus is a distinct ilarvirus.
Partial nucleotide sequences of the RNA 1 and RNA 2 of lilac ring mottle virus confirm that this virus should be considered a member of subgroup 2 of the genus Ilarvirus
Partial sequences of the RNA 1 and RNA 2 of LRMV confirm that L RMV is most closely related to members of the subgroup 2 ilarviruses, but also show that LRMVs is sufficiently different from other members of sub group 2 so as to explain why oligonucleotide primers that had been used to amplify related subgroup 1 viruses did not amplify corresponding products from LRMv. Expand