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Cloning and sequencing of a cucumber mosaic virus satellite RNA isolated from Raphanus sativus and comparison of its sequence with 12 satellite RNAs

Cloning and sequencing of a cucumber mosaic virus satellite RNA isolated from Raphanus sativus and comparison of its sequence with 12 satellite RNAs

Journal of Zhejiang University Agriculture and Life Sciences 27(3): 249-254

The sequence of a sat-RNA of cucumber mosaic virus (CMV-Rs) originally isolated from Raphanus sativus in Huangzhou, Zhejiang, China in April 1998 was determined. This satellite consisted of 368 nucleotides (nt). When compared with the nucleotide sequences of 12 CMV sat-RNAs, ranging from 334 to 405 nt, 3 groups and 4 subgroups were identified. The sequence similarity and grouping were not related to the sizes of the sat-RNAs.

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