We isolated a potyvirus from Tradescantia fluminensis that was causing leaf distortion and mild mosaic. We cloned and sequenced a 1500 bp cDNA obtained by RT-PCR corresponding to the 3′ proximal region of the genome. We determined the host range and tested a series of potyviral antisera against our tradescantia virus isolate by immuno-enzymatic methods. Based on our results, we suggest that our viral isolate could be considered a new potyvirus species named Tradescantia mild mosaic potyvirus. Phylogenetic analysis confirmed that Tradescantia mild mosaic virus belongs to the genus Potyvirus within the family Potyviridae , but the virus could not be assigned to any of the potyvirus groupings recently defined.
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 1, 2006
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