Complete genome sequence of a proposed new tymovirus, tomato blistering mosaic virus

@article{Nicolini2014CompleteGS,
  title={Complete genome sequence of a proposed new tymovirus, tomato blistering mosaic virus},
  author={C{\'i}cero Nicolini and Alice Kazuko Inoue-Nagata and Tatsuya Nagata},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2014},
  volume={160},
  pages={609-612}
}
In a previous work, a distinct tymovirus infecting tomato plants in Brazil was reported and tentatively named tomato blistering mosaic virus (ToBMV). In this study, the complete genome sequence of ToBMV was determined and shown to have a size of 6277 nucleotides and three ORFs: ORF 1 encodes the replication-complex polyprotein, ORF 2 the movement protein, and ORF 3 the coat protein. The cleavage sites of the replication-complex polyprotein (GS/LP and VAG/QSP) of ToBMV were predicted by… 
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