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Cherry virus A (CVA) is a ubiquitous graft-transmissible virus that mainly infects Prunus spp. Next-generation sequencing was… Expand Despite the absence of symptoms, next generation sequencing (NGS) of total RNAs from a wild cherry tree revealed a multiple virus… Expand Cherry virus A (CVA) is a graft-transmissible member of the genus Capillovirus that infects different stone fruits. Sweet cherry… Expand Plants in the genus Prunus of the family Rosaceae are important fruit and ornamental trees in China. In June of 2007, sweet… Expand Natural infections of Cherry virus A (CVA) have been reported in sweet (Prunus avium) and sour cherry (P. cerasus) from a number… Expand Cherry virus A (CVA) has been reported to naturally infect sweet and sour cherry, apricot, peach, and plum but has not been… Expand Leaves were collected during 2003 from trees displaying symptoms of vein necrosis, necrotic rusty mottle, necrotic leaf or marked… Expand Cherry virus A (CVA), a member of the genus Capillovirus, has been reported in sweet cherry in Germany, Canada, and Great Britain… Expand Partial nucleotide sequences of amplification products obtained from four European apple stem grooving virus (ASGV) isolates… Expand The nucleotide sequence (7383 nucleotides) of a newly identified member of the genus Capillovirus, cherry virus A (CVA), was… Expand