Narcissus symptomless virus: a new carlavirus of daffodils

  title={Narcissus symptomless virus: a new carlavirus of daffodils},
  author={J. P. Chen and Y.-H. Shi and Y.-W. Lu and Michael J. Adams and J-P. Chen},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
Summary.A filamentous virus, with particles 600–650 nm long, was purified from Narcissus pseudonarcissus (daffodil) in Hangzhou and an antiserum prepared. After mechanical inoculation, the virus could be detected serologically in Narcissus species but not in some commonly used virus indicators. Infection was symptomless. The complete sequence of the genomic RNA (8281 nt) showed six predicted ORFs typical of carlaviruses. Pairwise comparisons of gene sequences and phylogenetic analysis… 

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