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Nucleotide sequences of Japanese isolates of citrus vein enation virus

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The genomic sequences of five Japanese isolates of citrus vein enation virus (CVEV) isolates that induce vein enation were determined and compared with that of the Spanish isolate VE-1. The nucleotide sequences of all Japanese isolates were 5,983 nt in length. The genomic RNA of Japanese isolates had five potential open reading frames (ORF 0, ORF 1, ORF 2, ORF 3, and ORF 5) in the positive-sense strand. The nucleotide sequence identity among the Japanese isolates and Spanish isolate VE-1 ranged from 98.0% to 99.8%. Comparison of the partial amino acid sequences of ten Japanese isolates and three Spanish isolates suggested that four amino acid residues, at positions of 83, 104, and 113 in ORF 2 and position 41 in ORF 5, might be unique to some Japanese isolates.

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Correspondence to Toru Iwanami.

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Nakazono-Nagaoka, E., Fujikawa, T. & Iwanami, T. Nucleotide sequences of Japanese isolates of citrus vein enation virus. Arch Virol 162, 879–883 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00705-016-3139-6

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Keywords

  • Citrus Tristeza Virus
  • Japanese Isolate
  • Citrus Cultivar
  • Serine Proteinase Domain
  • Spanish Isolate