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MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF TOMATO LEAF CURL HAINAN VIRUS AND TOMATO LEAF CURL HANOI VIRUS IN VIETNAM

@article{Cuong2011MOLECULARCO,
  title={MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF TOMATO LEAF CURL HAINAN VIRUS AND TOMATO LEAF CURL HANOI VIRUS IN VIETNAM},
  author={Ha Viet Cuong and Le Van Hai and Tran Ngoc Tiep and Ngo Bich Hao},
  journal={Journal of International Society for Southeast Asian Agricultural Sciences},
  year={2011},
  volume={17},
  pages={70-82}
}
Three begomovirus isolates were detected from tomato and papaya plants showing leaf curling symptoms in the Red River Delta of northern Vietnam. The complete genomes of three isolates, which were assigned as tomato/89, tomato/ 100 and papaya/31, were amplified, cloned, sequenced and deposited in the GenBank. Molecular characterization of the tomato/89 and papaya/31 isolates evidenced that they were Tomato leaf curl Hainan virus (ToLCHnV), a recently identified virus from southern China, and as… 

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