Zucchini tigré mosaic virus is a distinct potyvirus in the papaya ringspot virus cluster: molecular and biological insights

@article{Romay2013ZucchiniTM,
  title={Zucchini tigr{\'e} mosaic virus is a distinct potyvirus in the papaya ringspot virus cluster: molecular and biological insights},
  author={Gustavo Romay and Herv{\'e} Lecoq and C{\'e}cile Desbiez},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2013},
  volume={159},
  pages={277-289}
}
In recent years, three new potyviruses have been described in the papaya ringspot virus (PRSV) cluster. In addition, two types of PRSV are recognized, type W, infecting cucurbit plants, and type P, infecting papaya and also cucurbits. A third type, PRSV-T, was also partially described in Guadeloupe. Complete genome sequencing of four PRSV-T isolates showed that this virus is a related virus that is distinct from PRSV, and the name zucchini tigré mosaic virus (ZTMV) is proposed, in reference to… CONTINUE READING

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