Canna yellow streak virus ( Potyvirus , Potyviridae ) was sequenced using the novel method of next-generation pyrosequencing. The complete genome was found to be 9,502 nucleotides excluding the poly-A tail with a predicted genome organisation typical for a member of the genus Potyvirus . As with other potyviruses that infect monocotyledons, some of the predicted cleavage sites of the polyprotein genome were unusual, such as a glutamic acid/threonine (E/T) between the CI and 6K2 proteins and a glutamic acid/aspartic acid (E/D) between the NIa and NIb proteins. Evidence of the presence of endogenous pararetroviruses in the canna genome was found from the large number of sequences obtained with this method.
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 1, 2010
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