Genome characterization of sugarcane yellow leaf virus from China reveals a novel recombinant genotype

@article{Lin2013GenomeCO,
  title={Genome characterization of sugarcane yellow leaf virus from China reveals a novel recombinant genotype},
  author={Yi-Hua Lin and San-Ji Gao and Mona B. Damaj and Hua-Ying Fu and R. Chen and Theodore Erik Mirkov},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2013},
  volume={159},
  pages={1421-1429}
}
Sugarcane yellow leaf virus (SCYLV; genus Polerovirus, family Luteoviridae) is a recombinant virus associated with yellow leaf disease, a serious threat to sugarcane in China and worldwide. Among the nine known SCYLV genotypes existing worldwide, COL, HAW, REU, IND, CHN1, CHN2, BRA, CUB and PER, the last five have been reported in China. In this study, the complete genome sequences (5,880 nt) of GZ-GZ18 and HN-CP502 isolates from the Chinese provinces of Guizhou and Hainan, respectively, were… CONTINUE READING

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