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Abstract: Little cherry virus 1 (LChV1, Velarivirus, Closteroviridae) is a widespread pathogen of sweet or sour cherry and other Prunus species, which exhibits high genetic diversity and lacks a putative efficient transmission vector. Thus far, four distinct phylogenetic clusters of LChV1 have been described, including isolates from different Prunus species. The recent application of high throughput sequencing (HTS) technologies in fruit tree virology has facilitated the acquisition of new viral genomes and the study of virus diversity. In the present work, several new LChV1 isolates from different countries were fully sequenced using different HTS approaches.
Felix Moran; Antonio Olmos; Leonidas Lotos; Lukas Predajňa; Nikolaos Katis; Miroslav Glasa; Varvara Maliogka; Ana B. Ruiz-Garcia
First Report of Grapevine Latent Viroid Infecting Grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) 1 in Italy
S. Rotunno, A.M. Vaira, D. Marian, A. Schneider and S. Raimondi , Institute for Sustainable Plant Protection, Strada delle Cacce 73, 10135, Torino, Italy; F. Di Serio and B. Navarro, Institute for Sustainable Plant Protection, Bari Unit, via Amendola, 122/D, 70126, Bari, Italy; L. Miozzi*, Institute for Sustainable Plant Protection, Strada delle Cacce 73, 10135, Torino,
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