Isolation and characterization of the complete genome of barley yellow dwarf virus-GAV from wheat in Northwestern China

  title={Isolation and characterization of the complete genome of barley yellow dwarf virus-GAV from wheat in Northwestern China},
  author={S. Song and Ye Tao and L. Zhao and P. Liu and Yanyuan Wu},
  journal={Cereal Research Communications},
  • S. Song, Ye Tao, +2 authors Y. Wu
  • Published 15 June 2014
  • Biology
  • Cereal Research Communications
Barley yellow dwarf virus-GAV (BYDV-GAV) is one of the most serious viruses on wheat in China. In this study, five BYDV-GAV isolates collected from five regions in Northwestern China were sequenced. The complete genome sequences generated in this study along with nine genome sequences of BYDV-GAV isolates available in GeneBank were compared and analyzed. The comparative analysis indicated that the complete genomes of BYDV-GAV showed a low level of genetic diversity with nucleotide sequence… Expand
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