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Isolates of bean common mosaic virus comprising two distinct potyviruses
Using high-performance liquid chromatographic peptide profiles of coat protein digests together with limited peptide analysis, 22 isolates of BCMV, including representatives from seven recognized pathotypes, were compared with each other and with the type strains of blackeye cowpea mosaic virus (BICMV) and peanut stripe virus (PStV).
Detection of apple chlorotic leaf spot and apple stem grooving viruses using RT-PCR.
RT-PCR procedures used to amplify fragments specific for apple chlorotic leaf spot virus (ACLSV) and apple stem grooving virus (ASGV) suggest the viruses are distributed throughout actively growing trees.
A survey of viruses infecting yellow summer squash in South Carolina.
A statewide survey of yellow summer squash was conducted to determine the incidence of cucumber mosaic virus (CMV), papaya ringspot yirus W (PRSV-W, formerly watermelon mosaic virus 1), watermelon
Cowpea aphid borne mosaic virus-Morocco and South AfricanPassiflora virus are strains of the same potyvirus
High performance liquid chromatography profiles of tryptic peptides and partial amino acid sequence analysis have been employed to establish the taxonomic status of the Moroccan isolate of cowpea aphid-borne mosaic virus and confirmed that CABMV-Morocco was distinct from BCMV and BNMV.
A Comparison of Three Potyviruses by Direct Hybridization Analysis
Etude des parentes entre BXMV, PMV, CXYV par comparaison des homologies de sequences de nucleotides a l'aide de l'analyse par hybridation moleculaire
A summary of potyvirus taxonomy and definitions.
The current taxonomic status of the family Potyviridae is presented with suggestions for resolving some taxonomic problems. Terms such as strain, pathotype, serotype, variant, mutant, and isolate are
Characterization of an iridescent virus isolated from the velvetbean caterpillar, Anticarsia gemmatalis.
An insect iridescent virus has been isolated from diseased velvetbean caterpillars, Anticarsia gemmatalis, found in Argentina, and data suggest this virus is very closely related to IV 1, originally isolated from Tipula paludosa.