An isolate of the Andean strain of potato virus S (PVS), named BB-AND, was detected for the first time in a Brazilian potato crop, fully sequenced and analyzed. A comparison of BB-AND with other PVS isolates (Andean and Ordinary) showed that BB-AND is quite distinct. The lowest amino acid sequence identity to the only other fully sequenced Andean isolate was found in ORF 1 (82%) and ORF 6 (87%). Recombination analysis showed that the isolate Vltava (AJ863510), from Germany, is a recombinant between PVS O and PVS A isolates, with the recombination event located between nucleotides 6125 and 8324.
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 1, 2012
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