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Tombusviridae

 
 
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Disease relevance of Tombusviridae

  • Mutant movement proteins of red clover necrotic mosaic dianthovirus (RCNMV), consisting of in-frame deletions or fusions with a maltose-binding protein, were produced in Escherichia coli using expression vectors [1].
  • The tentative phylogenetic tree derived from the capsid protein alignment separated into three main lineages: (I) carmo-, tombus- and dianthoviruses, (II) southern bean mosaic, tobacco necrosis and maize chlorotic mottle viruses, and (III) luteoviruses [2].
  • These primers were shown to be efficient in PCR screening of different RdRp genes including those of carmoviruses, dianthoviruses, and tombusviruses [3].
 

High impact information on Tombusviridae

 

Gene context of Tombusviridae

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