The complete sequence of the genome of Humulus japonicus latent virus

@article{Scott2006TheCS,
  title={The complete sequence of the genome of Humulus japonicus latent virus},
  author={Simon W. Scott and Maria T. Zimmerman},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2006},
  volume={151},
  pages={1683-1687}
}
Humulus japonicus latent virus (HJLV), a member of the genus Ilarvirus, was originally isolated and characterized byAdams et al. and named Humulus japonicus virus [1]. The change in the name occurred as a result of alterations to the guidelines for naming plant viruses recommended by ICTV [4]. The virus, isolated from 2 of 21 plants of Humulus japonicus grown from seed imported into the UK from China, possessed a coat protein (CP) with an Mr of 26.3 kDa and 4 molecules of RNA (Mr 1.31, 1.05, 0… CONTINUE READING

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