A highly divergent isolate of tomato blistering mosaic virus from Solanum violaefolium

@article{Blawid2016AHD,
  title={A highly divergent isolate of tomato blistering mosaic virus from Solanum violaefolium},
  author={R. Blawid and Evelyn Anly Ishikawa Hayashi and J. Rezende and E. Kitajima and T. Nagata},
  journal={Virus Genes},
  year={2016},
  volume={52},
  pages={294-298}
}
The complete genome of a tymovirus infecting Solanum violaefolium was sequenced. The genome comprised 6284 nt, with a 5′-UTR of 137 nt and a comparatively longer 3′-UTR of 121 nt. Sequence analysis confirmed three ORFs encoding a movement protein, a polyprotein, and a coat protein (CP). The isolate was considered to be the Tomato blistering mosaic virus (ToBMV) based on a CP amino acid sequence identity of 95.3 %. The nucleotide sequence of the complete genome of the S. violaefolium isolate… Expand
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