Beet soil-borne mosaic virus (BSBMV) is a member of Benyvirus genus together with Beet necrotic yellow vein virus (BNYVV), both vectored by Polymyxa betae. The described BSBMV genome consists of four RNAs capped at the 5’ end and 3’ polyadenylated. RNA-1, and 2 are, respectively, 6,683 and 4,615 nucleotides (nts) in length and contain putative ORFs similar to which identified on BNYVV RNA-1 and 2. The 1,720 nts BSBMV RNA-3 has a 29 kDa ORF that share 23% amino acid sequence identity with the 25 kDa ORF of BNYVV RNA3. A 1,203 nts long BSBMV RNA-4 form (GenBank accession number: NC_003508) has been so far described with a single putative ORF with a predicted mass (13 kDa) considerably smaller than the BNYVV 31 kDa RNA-4 product. During our research program, pointed to the studies of the molecular interactions between sugar beets and Benyviruses, unexpected 1,733 nts long form of BSBMV RNA-4 has been detected from sugar beet roots grown on BSBMV infected soil kindly supplied by Marc Richard-Molard (ITB, Paris).

MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERIZATION OF BEET SOIL-BORNE MOSAIC VIRUS RNA-4

RENZI, MARIA TERESA;RUBIES AUTONELL, CONCEPCION;RATTI, CLAUDIO
2009

Abstract

Beet soil-borne mosaic virus (BSBMV) is a member of Benyvirus genus together with Beet necrotic yellow vein virus (BNYVV), both vectored by Polymyxa betae. The described BSBMV genome consists of four RNAs capped at the 5’ end and 3’ polyadenylated. RNA-1, and 2 are, respectively, 6,683 and 4,615 nucleotides (nts) in length and contain putative ORFs similar to which identified on BNYVV RNA-1 and 2. The 1,720 nts BSBMV RNA-3 has a 29 kDa ORF that share 23% amino acid sequence identity with the 25 kDa ORF of BNYVV RNA3. A 1,203 nts long BSBMV RNA-4 form (GenBank accession number: NC_003508) has been so far described with a single putative ORF with a predicted mass (13 kDa) considerably smaller than the BNYVV 31 kDa RNA-4 product. During our research program, pointed to the studies of the molecular interactions between sugar beets and Benyviruses, unexpected 1,733 nts long form of BSBMV RNA-4 has been detected from sugar beet roots grown on BSBMV infected soil kindly supplied by Marc Richard-Molard (ITB, Paris).
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D’Alonzo M.; M. T. Renzi; V. Folli; C. Rubies Autonell; D. Gilmer; C. Ratti.
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