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Acta Virologica Vol.55, No.2, p.123-129, 2011

Title: Molecular analysis of the coat protein gene of peanut stripe virus from China
Author: S. S. HOU, Y. C. CHI, Y. Y. LIU, X. D. LI, S. L. YU, X. D. LI

Abstract: Peanut stripe virus (PStV) is one of the most common viruses infecting peanut that causes great economic losses every year. The 3ʹ-terminal 1082 bp of 74 PStV isolates collected from 12 districts of Shandong province, China were sequenced. Their coat protein (CP) genes were 864 bp in length and shared identities of 98.0%~100% and 98.3% ~100% at nt and aa levels. The identities between the CP genes of these isolates and other 36 isolates from the GenBank were 93.5%~100% and 92.0%~100% at nt and aa levels, respectively. PStV isolates can be clustered into two phylogenetic groups. The isolates from United States, mainland China, and Indonesia formed group I and those from Viet Nam, Thailand, and Taiwan formed group II. The PStV isolates in group I can be further classified to two subgroups. The gene flow of PStV populations within a country was frequent, but that between countries was infrequent.

Keywords: peanut stripe virus; molecular variability; phylogenetic analysis; gene flow
Year: 2011, Volume: 55, Issue: 2 Page From: 123, Page To: 129
doi:10.4149/av_2011_02_123
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