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Abstract

The genomic sequence of a new icosahedral DNA virus infecting has been determined. Analysis of 5499 nt of the viral genome revealed five open reading frames (ORFs) evenly distributed in the 5′ half of both DNA strands. Three ORFs (ORF1–3) share the same strand, while two other ORFs (ORF4 and ORF5) are detected in the complementary sequence. The overall genomic organization is similar to that of species from the genus . ORFs 1–3 most likely encode the non-structural proteins, since their putative products contain conserved replication motifs, NTP-binding domains and helicase domains similar to those found in the NS-1 protein of parvoviruses. The deduced amino acid sequences from ORFs 4 and 5 show sequence similarities with the structural proteins of the members of the genus . These data indicate that this virus is a new species of the genus in the family . The virus was tentatively named Myzus persicae densovirus.

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