Coat protein gene diversity among Chrysanthemum virus B isolates from India

@article{Singh2006CoatPG,
  title={Coat protein gene diversity among Chrysanthemum virus B isolates from India},
  author={Lakhmir Singh and Vipin Hallan and Nazima Jabeen and Ashish Kumar Singh and Raja Ram and Darren P. Martin and Aijaz Asghar Zaidi},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2006},
  volume={152},
  pages={405-413}
}
The complete coat protein (CP) sequences from 29 Indian isolates of Chrysanthemum virus B (CVB) were determined and analysed in relation to other previously characterized carlaviruses. The CP genes of the Indian CVB isolates were highly heterogeneous, sharing nucleotide sequence identities of 74–98%. Based on phylogenetic analyses, the isolates formed three groups potentially representing either two or three major CVB strain groupings. Recombination analysis revealed at least one definite… CONTINUE READING

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