Here we present the complete genome sequences of two TuRSV isolates. They are 90–100% identical in distinct genes, but reasonably less identical with RaMV isolates. Regarding the CPs, TuRSV and RaMV have an aa sequence identity of 72–74% among all isolates and the proposed cut-off level is 75%. For the proteinase–polymerase region, the average value between the two isolates of TuRSV and three isolates of RaMV is 79.8% and the cut-off level is 80%. At the moment, TuRSV and RaMV are the two identified species most closely related within the genus Comovirus.
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 1, 2009
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