Arch Virol (2005) 150: 2403–2406 DOI 10.1007/s00705-005-0619-5 Complete nucleotide sequence of an Olive latent virus 1 isolate from olive trees Annotated Sequence Record 1,3 2,3 2,3 M. R. Felix ´ , J. M. S. Cardoso , C. M. R. Varanda , 2,3 1,3 S. Oliveira , and M. I. E. Clara Departamento de Sanidade Animal e Vegetal, Universidade de Evora, Evora, Portugal ´ ´ Departamento de Biologia, Universidade de Evora, Evora, Portugal ICAM, Instituto de Ciencias ˆ Agrarias ´ Mediterranicas, ˆ ´ ´ Universidade de Evora, Evora, Portugal Received June 23, 2005; accepted July 7, 2005 Published online August 23, 2005 Springer-Verlag 2005 Introduction Olive latent virus 1 (OLV-1) is a necrovirus belonging to the family Tombusviridae. It is a small icosahedral plant virus, which encapsidates a single stranded positive- sense RNA. This virus was ﬁrst isolated from symptomless olive trees in Italy  and afterwards in Jordan and Portugal [10, 4]. OLV-1 was also isolated from symptomatic hosts, such as citrus trees in Turkey  and tulips in Japan . Up to now, only one complete genome sequence of an OLV-1 citrus isolate has been determined . This report describes the ﬁrst full genomic sequence of an
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Published: Nov 1, 2005
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