Molecular variability of sugarcane streak mosaic virus in China based on an analysis of the P1 and CP protein coding regions

@article{He2013MolecularVO,
  title={Molecular variability of sugarcane streak mosaic virus in China based on an analysis of the P1 and CP protein coding regions},
  author={Zhen He and Wenfeng Li and Ryosuke Yasaka and Yingkun Huang and Zhixiang Zhang and Kazusato Ohshima and Shifang Li},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2013},
  volume={159},
  pages={1149-1154}
}
Sequences of the protein 1 (P1) and coat protein (CP) coding regions of 22 sugarcane streak mosaic virus (SCSMV) isolates were determined. Phylogenetic analysis showed that SCSMV had at least three major lineages, and the lineages seemed to reflect geographical origin. The sudden expansions of the Chinese and Indian subpopulations were supported by calculations showing deviations from the neutral equilibrium model for the individual lineages with an overall lack of nucleotide diversity. Our… CONTINUE READING

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