Complete genome sequence of a divergent strain of Japanese yam mosaic virus from China

@article{Lan2014CompleteGS,
  title={Complete genome sequence of a divergent strain of Japanese yam mosaic virus from China},
  author={Pingxiu Lan and Fan Li and Mingqiang Wang and Ruhui Li},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2014},
  volume={160},
  pages={573-576}
}
A novel strain of Japanese yam mosaic virus (JYMV-CN) was identified in a yam plant with foliar mottle symptoms in China. The complete genomic sequence of JYMV-CN was determined. Its genomic sequence of 9701 nucleotides encodes a polyprotein of 3247 amino acids. Its organization is virtually identical to that of two JYMV isolates from Japan. With the latter, it shares nucleotide sequence identities of only 74.7–74.8 %, indicating it might be a member of a new species. However, sequence analysis… CONTINUE READING

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