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The complete sequence of Leishmania RNA virus LRV2-1, a virus of an Old World parasite strain

, : The complete sequence of Leishmania RNA virus LRV2-1, a virus of an Old World parasite strain. Virology 212(1): 84-90

A complete cDNA sequence is reported for LRV2-1, the first Leishmania RNA virus known to infect an Old World parasite, Leishmania major. Sequence analyses show that LRV2-1 differs significantly from members of the LRV1 genus which infect New World parasites. The data support a view that transmission of LRV is strictly vertical and suggest that LRV predate the divergence of Old and New World parasites. As a consequence of this divergence, conserved features can be identified for the first time in Leishmaniavirus proteins. A finding that the virus capsid and polymerase genes do not overlap is unique among the known Totiviridae and infers that a gag-pol fusion protein cannot be produced simply via tRNA slippage in LRV2-1.

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Accession: 002980580

PMID: 7676652

DOI: 10.1006/viro.1995.1456

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