An eriophyid mite-transmitted plant virus contains eight genomic RNA segments with unusual heterogeneity in the nucleocapsid protein.

@article{Tatineni2014AnEM,
  title={An eriophyid mite-transmitted plant virus contains eight genomic RNA segments with unusual heterogeneity in the nucleocapsid protein.},
  author={Satyanarayana Tatineni and Anthony J. McMechan and Everlyne N. Wosula and Stephen N. Wegulo and Robert A. Graybosch and R. French and Gary L. Hein},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={2014},
  volume={88 20},
  pages={11834-45}
}
Eriophyid mite-transmitted, multipartite, negative-sense RNA plant viruses with membrane-bound spherical virions are classified in the genus Emaravirus. We report here that the eriophyid mite-transmitted Wheat mosaic virus (WMoV), an Emaravirus, contains eight genomic RNA segments, the most in a known negative-sense RNA plant virus. Remarkably, two RNA 3 consensus sequences, encoding the nucleocapsid protein, were found with 12.5% sequence divergence, while no heterogeneity was observed in the… CONTINUE READING
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