The complete nucleotide sequence and the genome organization of the RNA 2 of a patchouli mild mosaic virus (PaMMV) was determined. The sequence consists of 3591 nucleotides and contains a single long open reading frame sufficient to code for 118K protein. Three proteins of 52 K, 44 K and 22 K could be encoded by the PaMMV RNA 2 genome. Our analysis of the N-terminal sequences of two species of coat protein (CP) allowed precise location of the CP cistrons within the polyprotein. 44 K and 22 K proteins are the coat proteins. The positions of the cleavage sites are Gln/Ala between 44 K and 22 K coat proteins and Gln/Gly between 52 K and 44 K proteins. Comparison of PaMMV RNA 2 with comoviral and nepoviral RNA 2 showed no sequence similarity. These results as well as previous serological studies strongly suggest that PaMMV is a member in the genus Fabavirus .
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 1, 1998
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