Complete nucleotide sequence of chrysanthemum mosaic-associated virus, a novel emaravirus infecting chrysanthemum

Abstract

Here, we report the complete genome sequence of chrysanthemum mosaic-associated virus (ChMaV), a putative new member of the genus Emaravirus. The ChMaV genome comprises seven negative-sense RNA segments (RNAs 1, 2, 3a, 3b, 4, 5, and 6), and the amino acid sequences of its RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (RNA1), glycoprotein precursor (RNA2), nucleocapsid protein (RNA3), and movement protein (RNA4) showed the closest relationship to pear chlorotic leaf spot-associated virus. Phylogenetic analysis showed that it clusters with emaraviruses whose host plants originate from East Asia.

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Acknowledgements

We are grateful to A. Suzuki for sampling, and Y. Matsumura, Y. Narita, J. Sato, and M. Tawa for their assistance in preparing the biological samples and laboratory work. This study was supported by the Fund for Objective Basic Research provided by CARC/NARO.

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This study was supported by a Grant-in-Aid for Development of Practical Technologies to Implement New Agricultural, Forestry, and Fishery Policies administered by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries of Japan (27001C) and the Fund for Objective Basic Research provided by CARC/NARO.

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Conceptualization, KK; methodology, KK; formal analysis and investigation, YC, JY, KK, HY, and FK; writing—original draft preparation, KK; writing—review and editing, KK; funding acquisition, KK, HY, and YM; resources, HH and KT.

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Kubota, K., Yanagisawa, H., Chiaki, Y. et al. Complete nucleotide sequence of chrysanthemum mosaic-associated virus, a novel emaravirus infecting chrysanthemum. Arch Virol 166, 1241–1245 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00705-021-04979-2

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