Sequences at the ends of RNA-2 of I6, a recombinant tobravirus.

@article{Robinson1994SequencesAT,
  title={Sequences at the ends of RNA-2 of I6, a recombinant tobravirus.},
  author={David J. Robinson},
  journal={Archives of virology. Supplementum},
  year={1994},
  volume={9},
  pages={
          245-51
        }
}
Tobravirus isolate I6 is an anomalous strain of tobacco rattle virus (TRV), which has biological properties typical of TRV, but which is serologically related to pea early-browning virus (PEBV). Its RNA-2 species is a natural recombinant molecule which contains internal sequences, including the particle protein gene, resembling those of PEBV, but with some TRV-like sequences at each end. Sequencing of RNA-2 of isolate I6 showed that, at the 3' end, it is almost identical to RNA-2 of PEBV strain… CONTINUE READING

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