The nucleotide sequence and genome organization of Japanese iris necrotic ring virus, a new species in the genus Carmovirus

@article{Takemoto2000TheNS,
  title={The nucleotide sequence and genome organization of Japanese iris necrotic ring virus, a new species in the genus Carmovirus},
  author={Yusaku Takemoto and Tsutomu Kanehira and Miki Shinohara and Sumimasa Yamashita and Tadaaki Hibi},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2000},
  volume={145},
  pages={651-657}
}
Summary. The genome of Japanese iris necrotic ring virus (JINRV) consists of a positive-sense ssRNA of 4014 nucleotides with six major open reading frames (ORFs). A 5′-non-coding region of 31 nucleotides precedes the first initiation codon. Like Carnation mottle virus (CarMV), the 5′-proximal three ORFs encode a 26 kDa protein (p26) and two readthrough proteins, i.e. an 85 kDa putative RNA replicase (p85) and a 99 kDa protein (p99). The central ORF encodes a small 8 kDa protein (p8). The 3… CONTINUE READING
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