Cowpea aphid borne mosaic virus-Morocco and South AfricanPassiflora virus are strains of the same potyvirus

@article{Mckern2005CowpeaAB,
  title={Cowpea aphid borne mosaic virus-Morocco and South AfricanPassiflora virus are strains of the same potyvirus},
  author={Neil Moreton Mckern and Phillip M Strike and O. W. Barnett and Jeanne Dijkstra and Dharma D. Shukla and Colin W. Ward},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2005},
  volume={136},
  pages={207-217}
}
SummaryHigh performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) profiles of tryptic peptides and partial amino acid sequence analysis have been employed to establish the taxonomic status of the Moroccan isolate of cowpea aphid-borne mosaic virus (CABMV). Some previous reports have suggested CABMV to be very closely related to blackeye cowpea mosaic virus (B1CMV) while other reports have concluded that this relationship is distant. In this report a tryptic digest of the coat protein of CABMV-Morocco was… 
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