Cassava Ivorian bacilliform virus is a member of the genus Anulavirus

@article{Scott2014CassavaIB,
  title={Cassava Ivorian bacilliform virus is a member of the genus Anulavirus},
  author={Simon W. Scott and Stuart A MacFarlane and W. J. Mcgavin and Denis Fargette},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2014},
  volume={159},
  pages={2791-2793}
}
The complete genomic sequence of Cassava Ivorian bacilliform virus (CIBV) is described. The virus has a genomic organization similar to that of pelargonium zonate spot virus (PZSV), the type member of the genus Anulavirus, but it is most closely related to a second, recently described, anulavirus, Amazon lily mild mottle virus (ALiMMV). 
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