Analysis of the nucleotide sequence of the RNA 1 of lilac leaf chlorosis virus (LLCV) supports a close relationship with subgroup 3 ilarviruses. LLCV RNA 1 consists of 3404 nucleotides (nt) and encodes a single open reading frame consisting of 3111 nt. The deduced protein (M r 117 kDa) contains the putative methyltransferase domain in the N-terminal region, and the NTPase/helicase domain in the C-terminal region. A conserved 41-nt region was identified at the distal end of the 3′UTR of all three genomic fragments of LLCV, with hairpin structures that may constitute putative coat protein binding sites.
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 1, 2012
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