Cucumis melo endornavirus: Genome organization, host range and co-divergence with the host.

@article{Sabanadzovic2016CucumisME,
  title={Cucumis melo endornavirus: Genome organization, host range and co-divergence with the host.},
  author={Sead Sabanadzovic and William M. Wintermantel and Rodrigo A Valverde and James D. Mccreight and Nina Aboughanem-Sabanadzovic},
  journal={Virus research},
  year={2016},
  volume={214},
  pages={49-58}
}
A high molecular weight dsRNA was isolated from a Cucumis melo L. plant (referred to as 'CL01') of an unknown cultivar and completely sequenced. Sequence analyses showed that dsRNA is associated with an endornavirus for which a name Cucumis melo endornavirus (CmEV) is proposed. The genome of CmEV-CL01 consists of 15,078 nt, contains a single, 4939 codons-long ORF and terminates with a stretch of 10 cytosine residues. Comparisons of the putative CmEV-encoded polyprotein with available references… CONTINUE READING
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