Archives of Virology (2015) 160, 2633-2636

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Dennis Knierim, Edgar Maiss, Lawrence Kenyon, Stephan Winter and Wulf Menzel (2015)
First full-length genome sequence of the polerovirus Luffa aphid-borne yellows virus (LABYV) reveals the presence of at least two consensus sequences in an isolate from Thailand
Archives of Virology 160 (10), 2633-2636
Abstract: Luffa aphid-borne yellows virus (LABYV) was proposed as the name for a previously undescribed polerovirus based on partial genome sequences obtained from samples of cucurbit plants collected in Thailand between 2008 and 2013. In this study, we determined the first full-length genome sequence of LABYV. Based on phylogenetic analysis and genome properties, it is clear that this virus represents a distinct species in the genus Polerovirus. Analysis of sequences from sample TH24, which was collected in 2010 from a luffa plant in Thailand, reveals the presence of two different full-length genome consensus sequences.
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molecular biology - genes

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Luffa aphid-borne yellows virus Thailand