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Abstract

The entire genomic RNA of clover yellow mosaic virus was sequenced from cDNA clones and run-off cDNA transcripts. The genomic RNA is 7015 nucleotides in length [excluding a 3′ poly(A) tail], with six open reading frames (ORFs) greater than 150 nucleotides in length. The first five ORFs encode proteins of 19IK, 26K, 12K, 6-5K and 28K, respectively. The sixth ORF lies completely within ORF1 and codes for a protein of 14K. The capsid protein coding region ( 23K) is found within ORF5 which encodes the 28K protein. Proteins encoded by ORFs 1 to 3 and ORF5 show strong homology with proteins of other potexviruses, especially papaya mosaic virus.

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