Arch Virol (2006) 151: 1895–1898 DOI 10.1007/s00705-006-0803-2 Complete sequence of the RNA 1 and RNA 2 of Parietaria mottle virus Annotated Sequence Record S. W. Scott, M. T. Zimmerman, and D. Rankin Department of Entomology, Soils and Plant Sciences, Clemson University, USA. Received March 30, 2006; accepted May 9, 2006 Published online June 16, 2006 c Springer-Verlag 2006 Introduction Parietaria mottle virus (PMoV), a member of the genus Ilarvirus, was originally isolated from the weed Parietaria ofﬁcinalis growing in Italy and characterized by Caciagli et al. The virus possessed quasi isometric to ovoid particles with diameters of 24, 29 and 36 nm, a coat protein (CP) with an M of 24.3 kDa, and four mole- cules of RNA (M 1.37, 1.19, 0.86, and 0.36 × 10 ). Although resembling pre- viously described ilarviruses, no serological relationships with other members of the genus were detected . Because of the absence of a serological relationship, PMoV was assigned to a separate subgroup within the genus . A sequence for the RNA 3 of an ilarvirus, identiﬁed as being Hydrangea mosaic virus (HdMV), was described (GenBank accession U35145) . Based on the putative translation of the CP gene in this sequence,
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