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Abstract

A bipartite begomovirus infecting Jute mallow (, Tilliaceae) in Vietnam was identified using novel degenerate PCR primers. Analysis of this virus, which was named yellow vein virus (CoYVV), showed that it was more similar to New World begomoviruses than to viruses from the Old World. This was based on the absence of an AV2 open reading frame, the presence of an N-terminal PWRLMAGT motif in the coat protein and phylogenetic analysis of the DNA A and DNA B nucleotide and deduced amino acid sequences. Evidence is provided that CoYVV is probably indigenous to the region and may be the remnant of a previous population of New World begomoviruses in the Old World.

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