Characterization of a new anulavirus isolated from Amazon lily plants

@article{Fuji2012CharacterizationOA,
  title={Characterization of a new anulavirus isolated from Amazon lily plants},
  author={Shin-ichi Fuji and Mari Kikuchi and Shigenori Ueda and Takeshi Toda and Hiromitsu Furuya and Fumiyoshi Fukumoto and Kaoru Hanada},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2012},
  volume={158},
  pages={201-206}
}
A quasi-spherical virus was isolated from a cultivated Amazon lily plant (Eucharis grandiflora) that could be mechanically transmitted to healthy E. grandiflora plants, subsequently producing mild mosaic or mottle symptoms on the leaves. The purified virus consisted of three quasi-spherical particles about 20 nm wide and 70, 40 and 30 nm in length, containing three segmented genomes of 3,169, 2,507 and 2,530 nucleotides, respectively. Sequence analysis showed that the newly isolated virus is… CONTINUE READING

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