Kelp fly virus: a novel group of insect picorna-like viruses as defined by genome sequence analysis and a distinctive virion structure.

@article{Hartley2005KelpFV,
  title={Kelp fly virus: a novel group of insect picorna-like viruses as defined by genome sequence analysis and a distinctive virion structure.},
  author={Carol J Hartley and David R Greenwood and Robert J C Gilbert and Amir H. Masoumi and Karl H. J. Gordon and Terry N. Hanzlik and Elizabeth E. Fry and David I Stuart and Paul D Scotti},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={2005},
  volume={79 21},
  pages={13385-98}
}
The complete genomic sequence of kelp fly virus (KFV), originally isolated from the kelp fly, Chaetocoelopa sydneyensis, has been determined. Analyses of its genomic and structural organization and phylogeny show that it belongs to a hitherto undescribed group within the picorna-like virus superfamily. The single-stranded genomic RNA of KFV is 11,035 nucleotides in length and contains a single large open reading frame encoding a polypeptide of 3,436 amino acids with 5' and 3' untranslated… CONTINUE READING
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