Correction to: Analysis of the complete genomic sequence of a novel virus, areca palm necrotic spindle-spot virus, reveals the existence of a new genus in the family Potyviridae

@article{Yang2018CorrectionTA,
  title={Correction to: Analysis of the complete genomic sequence of a novel virus, areca palm necrotic spindle-spot virus, reveals the existence of a new genus in the family Potyviridae},
  author={Ke Yang and Minyuan Ran and Zengping Li and Meijiao Hu and Li Zheng and Wenbo Liu and Peng-fei Jin and Weiguo Miao and Peng Zhou and Wentao Shen and Hongguang Cui},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2018},
  volume={163},
  pages={3477}
}
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