Remarkable variability of apple mosaic virus capsid protein gene after nucleotide position 141

@article{Petrzik2002RemarkableVO,
  title={Remarkable variability of apple mosaic virus capsid protein gene after nucleotide position 141},
  author={K. Petrzik and O. Lenz},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2002},
  volume={147},
  pages={1275-1285}
}
Summary.Eight new sequences of European isolates from almond, apple, hop, prune and pear of the Apple mosaic ilarvirus (ApMV) capsid protein gene are presented. A consensus sequence was established as having 654 nucleotides (nt) and two American and two European isolates were identified to have insertions 6 to 15 nucleotides after nt position 141. The insertion resulted in the American isolate A inframeshift repaired with two point insertions 17 and 68 nt downstream. The RNA around the… Expand
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