Nucleotide and amino acid variation in the coat protein coding region of turnip mosaic virus isolates and possible involvement in the interaction with the brassica resistance gene TuRBO1

@article{Lehmann1997NucleotideAA,
  title={Nucleotide and amino acid variation in the coat protein coding region of turnip mosaic virus isolates and possible involvement in the interaction with the brassica resistance gene TuRBO1},
  author={P. Lehmann and K. Petrzik and C. Jenner and A. Greenland and E. Kozubek and J. Walsh},
  journal={Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology},
  year={1997},
  volume={51},
  pages={195-208}
}
Abstract The nucleotide and predicted amino acid sequences of the coat protein coding region of four isolates (UK 1, CZE 1, CDN 1 and GK 1) and a putative mutant of one of these isolates (UK 1M) of turnip mosaic virus (TuMV) were determined. Comparisons between these and those of previously sequenced isolates showed homologies of 88.6–99.9% in nucleotides and 93.4–100% in amino acid sequences. Nucleotide substitutions were revealed at 180 different positions that give rise to 30 predicted amino… Expand
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