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First report of Cucumis melo endornavirus infecting Cucurbitaceae plants in Slovakia

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M. M. and M. G. acknowledge funding from the project "PandemicFood" (ITMS: 313011AVA9) supported by the Integrated Infrastructure Operational Programme funded by the ERDF.

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Supplementary Figure. Neighbor-joining phylogenetic tree generated from nearly complete CmEV sequences. Isolates are characterized by their accession numbers, origin and geographical location. Only bootstrap values ≥ 70% (1000 bootstrap resamplings) are indicated. The scale bar indicates a genetic distance of 0.05 (PPTX 41 KB)

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Tomašechová, J., Olmos, A., Ruiz-García, A.B. et al. First report of Cucumis melo endornavirus infecting Cucurbitaceae plants in Slovakia. J Plant Pathol 104, 1179–1180 (2022).

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  • endornavirus
  • high-hroughput sequencing
  • Cucurbitaceae
  • detection