First report of the complete sequence of Sida golden yellow vein virus from Jamaica

First report of the complete sequence of Sida golden yellow vein virus from Jamaica Begomoviruses are phytopathogens that threaten food security (18). Sida spp. are ubiquitous weed species found in Jamaica. Sida samples were collected island-wide, DNA was extracted via a modified Dellaporta method, and the viral genome was amplified using degenerate and sequence-specific primers (2, 11). The amplicons were cloned and sequenced. Sequence analysis revealed that a DNA-A molecule isolated from a plant in Liguanea, St. Andrew, was 90.9% similar to Sida golden yellow vein virus-(United States of America:Homestead:A11), making it a strain of SiGYVV. It was named Sida golden yellow vein virus-(Jamaica:Liguanea 2:2008) (SiGYVV-(JM:Lig2:08)). The cognate DNA-B, previously unreported, was successfully cloned and was most similar to that of Malvastrum yellow mosaic Jamaica virus (MaYMJV). Phylogenetic analysis suggested that this virus was most closely related to begomoviruses that infect malvaceous hosts in Jamaica, Cuba and Florida in the United States. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Virology Springer Journals

First report of the complete sequence of Sida golden yellow vein virus from Jamaica

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Publisher
Springer Vienna
Copyright
Copyright © 2011 by Springer-Verlag
Subject
Biomedicine; Infectious Diseases; Medical Microbiology; Virology
ISSN
0304-8608
eISSN
1432-8798
D.O.I.
10.1007/s00705-011-1030-z
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Abstract

Begomoviruses are phytopathogens that threaten food security (18). Sida spp. are ubiquitous weed species found in Jamaica. Sida samples were collected island-wide, DNA was extracted via a modified Dellaporta method, and the viral genome was amplified using degenerate and sequence-specific primers (2, 11). The amplicons were cloned and sequenced. Sequence analysis revealed that a DNA-A molecule isolated from a plant in Liguanea, St. Andrew, was 90.9% similar to Sida golden yellow vein virus-(United States of America:Homestead:A11), making it a strain of SiGYVV. It was named Sida golden yellow vein virus-(Jamaica:Liguanea 2:2008) (SiGYVV-(JM:Lig2:08)). The cognate DNA-B, previously unreported, was successfully cloned and was most similar to that of Malvastrum yellow mosaic Jamaica virus (MaYMJV). Phylogenetic analysis suggested that this virus was most closely related to begomoviruses that infect malvaceous hosts in Jamaica, Cuba and Florida in the United States.

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Archives of VirologySpringer Journals

Published: Aug 1, 2011

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