Complete nucleotide sequences and genome organization of a cherry isolate of cherry leaf roll virus

@inproceedings{Eastwell2011CompleteNS,
  title={Complete nucleotide sequences and genome organization of a cherry isolate of cherry leaf roll virus},
  author={Kenneth C. Eastwell and Tefera A. Mekuria and Keri L. Druffel},
  booktitle={Archives of Virology},
  year={2011}
}
The complete nucleotide sequence of cherry leaf roll virus (CLRV, genus Nepovirus) from a naturally infected cherry tree (Prunus avium cv. Bing) in North America was determined. RNA1 and RNA2 consist of 7,893 and 6,492 nucleotides, respectively, plus a poly-(A) tail. Each RNA encodes a single potential open reading frame. The first 657 nucleotides of RNA1 and RNA2 are 99% identical and include the 5′-UTR and the first 214 deduced amino acids of the polyproteins following the first of two in… CONTINUE READING
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