tombusviridae

Summary

Summary: A family of RNA plant viruses infecting dicotyledons. Transmission is mainly by mechanical inoculation and through propagative plant material. All species elicit formation of multivesicular inclusion bodies. There are at least eight genera: Aureusvirus, Avenavirus, CARMOVIRUS, Dianthovirus, Machlomovirus, Necrovirus, Panicovirus, and TOMBUSVIRUS.

Top Publications

  1. White K, Nagy P. Advances in the molecular biology of tombusviruses: gene expression, genome replication, and recombination. Prog Nucleic Acid Res Mol Biol. 2004;78:187-226 pubmed
    ..In this review, we compile recent information on each of the aforementioned processes-translation, transcription, replication and recombination-and discuss the significance of the results...
  2. Xi D, Li J, Han C, Li D, Yu J, Zhou X. Complete nucleotide sequence of a new strain of Tobacco necrosis virus A infecting soybean in China and infectivity of its full-length cDNA clone. Virus Genes. 2008;36:259-66 pubmed
    ..The results indicate that the in vitro-synthesized viral RNA faithfully represented the biological activity of wild-type TNV-A C...
  3. Qiu W, Scholthof K. Genetic identification of multiple biological roles associated with the capsid protein of satellite panicum mosaic virus. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2001;14:21-30 pubmed
    ..This suggests that the SPMV CP plays a significant role in maintaining the structural integrity of the full-length satellite virus RNA and harbors multiple functions associated with pathogenesis in SPMV-infected host plants...
  4. Stuart G, Moffett K, Bozarth R. A whole genome perspective on the phylogeny of the plant virus family Tombusviridae. Arch Virol. 2004;149:1595-610 pubmed
    ..Our dataset includes the 26 species of the family Tombusviridae, 25 of which have complete genome sequences cataloged in GenBank...
  5. Zhang Y, Zhang X, Niu S, Han C, Yu J, Li D. Nuclear localization of Beet black scorch virus capsid protein and its interaction with importin ?. Virus Res. 2011;155:307-15 pubmed publisher
    ..This is the first report of the nuclear localization of the CP encoded by a necrovirus...
  6. Shen R, Miller W. The 3' untranslated region of tobacco necrosis virus RNA contains a barley yellow dwarf virus-like cap-independent translation element. J Virol. 2004;78:4655-64 pubmed
    ..Similar structures were found in all members of the Necrovirus genus of the Tombusviridae family, except satellite tobacco necrosis virus, which harbors a different 3' cap-independent translation ..
  7. Na H, White K. Structure and prevalence of replication silencer-3' terminus RNA interactions in Tombusviridae. Virology. 2006;345:305-16 pubmed
    b>Tombusviridae is a large positive-strand RNA virus family. Tomato bushy stunt virus (TBSV), the type virus of this family, has a genome ending with AGCCC(-OH), termed the 3'-complementary silencer sequence (3'CSS)...
  8. Jiwan S, Wu B, White K. Subgenomic mRNA transcription in tobacco necrosis virus. Virology. 2011;418:1-11 pubmed publisher
    Tobacco necrosis virus-D (TNV-D), a positive-strand RNA Necrovirus in the family Tombusviridae, transcribes two subgenomic (sg) mRNAs during infections...
  9. Wang X, Zhang Y, Xu J, Shi L, Fan H, Han C, et al. The R-rich motif of Beet black scorch virus P7a movement protein is important for the nuclear localization, nucleolar targeting and viral infectivity. Virus Res. 2012;167:207-18 pubmed publisher
    ..These results demonstrate that the R-rich motif of P7a is correlated with nuclear and nucleolar localization, viral replication and virus infection...
  10. Xu J, Wang X, Shi L, Zhou Y, Li D, Han C, et al. Two distinct sites are essential for virulent infection and support of variant satellite RNA replication in spontaneous beet black scorch virus variants. J Gen Virol. 2012;93:2718-28 pubmed publisher
    ..The results suggest that complex interactions occur between virus and associated satRNAs during virus evolution...

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  1. White K, Nagy P. Advances in the molecular biology of tombusviruses: gene expression, genome replication, and recombination. Prog Nucleic Acid Res Mol Biol. 2004;78:187-226 pubmed
    ..In this review, we compile recent information on each of the aforementioned processes-translation, transcription, replication and recombination-and discuss the significance of the results...
  2. Xi D, Li J, Han C, Li D, Yu J, Zhou X. Complete nucleotide sequence of a new strain of Tobacco necrosis virus A infecting soybean in China and infectivity of its full-length cDNA clone. Virus Genes. 2008;36:259-66 pubmed
    ..The results indicate that the in vitro-synthesized viral RNA faithfully represented the biological activity of wild-type TNV-A C...
  3. Qiu W, Scholthof K. Genetic identification of multiple biological roles associated with the capsid protein of satellite panicum mosaic virus. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2001;14:21-30 pubmed
    ..This suggests that the SPMV CP plays a significant role in maintaining the structural integrity of the full-length satellite virus RNA and harbors multiple functions associated with pathogenesis in SPMV-infected host plants...
  4. Stuart G, Moffett K, Bozarth R. A whole genome perspective on the phylogeny of the plant virus family Tombusviridae. Arch Virol. 2004;149:1595-610 pubmed
    ..Our dataset includes the 26 species of the family Tombusviridae, 25 of which have complete genome sequences cataloged in GenBank...
  5. Zhang Y, Zhang X, Niu S, Han C, Yu J, Li D. Nuclear localization of Beet black scorch virus capsid protein and its interaction with importin ?. Virus Res. 2011;155:307-15 pubmed publisher
    ..This is the first report of the nuclear localization of the CP encoded by a necrovirus...
  6. Shen R, Miller W. The 3' untranslated region of tobacco necrosis virus RNA contains a barley yellow dwarf virus-like cap-independent translation element. J Virol. 2004;78:4655-64 pubmed
    ..Similar structures were found in all members of the Necrovirus genus of the Tombusviridae family, except satellite tobacco necrosis virus, which harbors a different 3' cap-independent translation ..
  7. Na H, White K. Structure and prevalence of replication silencer-3' terminus RNA interactions in Tombusviridae. Virology. 2006;345:305-16 pubmed
    b>Tombusviridae is a large positive-strand RNA virus family. Tomato bushy stunt virus (TBSV), the type virus of this family, has a genome ending with AGCCC(-OH), termed the 3'-complementary silencer sequence (3'CSS)...
  8. Jiwan S, Wu B, White K. Subgenomic mRNA transcription in tobacco necrosis virus. Virology. 2011;418:1-11 pubmed publisher
    Tobacco necrosis virus-D (TNV-D), a positive-strand RNA Necrovirus in the family Tombusviridae, transcribes two subgenomic (sg) mRNAs during infections...
  9. Wang X, Zhang Y, Xu J, Shi L, Fan H, Han C, et al. The R-rich motif of Beet black scorch virus P7a movement protein is important for the nuclear localization, nucleolar targeting and viral infectivity. Virus Res. 2012;167:207-18 pubmed publisher
    ..These results demonstrate that the R-rich motif of P7a is correlated with nuclear and nucleolar localization, viral replication and virus infection...
  10. Xu J, Wang X, Shi L, Zhou Y, Li D, Han C, et al. Two distinct sites are essential for virulent infection and support of variant satellite RNA replication in spontaneous beet black scorch virus variants. J Gen Virol. 2012;93:2718-28 pubmed publisher
    ..The results suggest that complex interactions occur between virus and associated satRNAs during virus evolution...
  11. Turina M, Maruoka M, Monis J, Jackson A, Scholthof K. Nucleotide sequence and infectivity of a full-length cDNA clone of panicum mosaic virus. Virology. 1998;241:141-55 pubmed publisher
    ..amino acid sequences of the p48 and p112 open reading frames (ORFs) and replicase proteins of members of the Tombusviridae. The sgRNA has the potential to encode five proteins. Three small ORFs, p8, p8-FS, and/or p6...
  12. Wisler G, Duffus J. A century of plant virus management in the Salinas valley of California, 'East of Eden'. Virus Res. 2000;71:161-9 pubmed
    ..Undoubtedly, the advances in crop production through genetic manipulation and advances in pest management through biological control will eventually become an important part of agricultural improvement...
  13. Qiu W, Scholthof K. Defective interfering RNAs of a satellite virus. J Virol. 2001;75:5429-32 pubmed
    ..The SPMV-derived DIs provide an additional avenue by which to investigate fundamental biological questions, including the evolution and interactions of infectious RNAs...
  14. Cañizares M, Marcos J, Pallas V. Molecular variability of twenty-one geographically distinct isolates of Carnation mottle virus (CarMV) and phylogenetic relationships within the Tombusviridae family. Arch Virol. 2001;146:2039-51 pubmed
    ..with the homologous proteins of representative members of the different genera included within the family Tombusviridae. These analyses revealed that phylogenetic trees obtained depended on the protein analyzed, and that the best ..
  15. Guo L, Cao Y, Li D, Niu S, Cai Z, Han C, et al. Analysis of nucleotide sequences and multimeric forms of a novel satellite RNA associated with beet black scorch virus. J Virol. 2005;79:3664-74 pubmed
    ..These forms may revert to monomers by a termination of replication at 5' end sequences and/or by internal initiation at the 3' ends of multimeric junctions...
  16. Yuan X, Cao Y, Xi D, Guo L, Han C, Li D, et al. Analysis of the subgenomic RNAs and the small open reading frames of Beet black scorch virus. J Gen Virol. 2006;87:3077-86 pubmed
    ..These results show that BBSV has a novel cell-to-cell movement protein organization that differs in size and sequence from that of other viruses...
  17. Koenig R, Valizadeh J. Molecular and serological characterization of an Iranian isolate of Beet black scorch virus. Arch Virol. 2008;153:1397-400 pubmed publisher
    ..Beets infected by the Iranian BBSV did not show black scorch symptoms, but severe root beardedness. This might have been caused by BBSV or the simultaneously present beet necrotic yellow vein virus, or both together...
  18. Jiwan S, White K. Subgenomic mRNA transcription in Tombusviridae. RNA Biol. 2011;8:287-94 pubmed
    Members of the large virus family Tombusviridae are plus-strand RNA viruses that infect a wide variety of plant hosts. As part of their gene expression strategy, these viruses transcribe viral subgenomic (sg) mRNAs during infections...
  19. Scheets K, Blinkova O, Melcher U, Palmer M, Wiley G, Ding T, et al. Detection of members of the Tombusviridae in the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, Osage County, Oklahoma, USA. Virus Res. 2011;160:256-63 pubmed publisher
    ..This report discusses viruses of the family Tombusviridae putatively identified by the survey...
  20. Weber Lotfi F, Dietrich A, Russo M, Rubino L. Mitochondrial targeting and membrane anchoring of a viral replicase in plant and yeast cells. J Virol. 2002;76:10485-96 pubmed
  21. Cao Y, Cai Z, Ding Q, Li D, Han C, Yu J, et al. The complete nucleotide sequence of Beet black scorch virus (BBSV), a new member of the genus Necrovirus. Arch Virol. 2002;147:2431-5 pubmed
    ..The 3'-proximal ORF encodes a 24.5 kDa protein equivalent in mass to the viral coat protein. Considering biological and molecular similarities with TNV, it is concluded that BBSV is a new member of the genus Necrovirus...
  22. Casta o A, Hern ndez C. Complete nucleotide sequence and genome organization of Pelargonium line pattern virus and its relationship with the family Tombusviridae. Arch Virol. 2005;150:949-65 pubmed publisher
    ..of these ORFs on the PLPV genome closely resembles that of members of the genus Carmovirus in the family Tombusviridae and, moreover, most of the putative PLPV gene products showed high identity with proteins of this viral group...
  23. Felix M, Cardoso J, Oliveira S, Clara M. Viral properties, primary structure and phylogenetic analysis of the coat protein of an Olive latent virus 1 isolate from Olea europaea L. Virus Res. 2005;108:195-8 pubmed
    ..7%). The consensus pattern of the coat protein 'S' domain is conserved in GM6 isolate coat protein sequence, except in amino acid 151, leucine. This is the first report on the coat protein sequence of an OLV-1 olive isolate...
  24. Pantaleo V, Grieco F, Di Franco A, Martelli G. The role of the C-terminal region of olive latent virus 1 coat protein in host systemic infection. Arch Virol. 2006;151:1973-83 pubmed
    A full-length cDNA clone of olive latent virus 1 (OLV-1), a member of the genus Necrovirus, family Tombusviridae, was subjected to site-directed mutagenesis, and coat protein gene mutants were constructed...
  25. Shen R, Miller W. Structures required for poly(A) tail-independent translation overlap with, but are distinct from, cap-independent translation and RNA replication signals at the 3' end of Tobacco necrosis virus RNA. Virology. 2007;358:448-58 pubmed
    ..This work shows that a viral genome can harbor distinct cap- and poly(A) tail-mimic sequences in the 3' UTR...
  26. Xu W, White K. Subgenomic mRNA transcription in an aureusvirus: down-regulation of transcription and evolution of regulatory RNA elements. Virology. 2008;371:430-8 pubmed
    The genus Aureusvirus is composed of a group of positive-strand RNA plant viruses that belong to the family Tombusviridae. Expression of certain aureusvirus genes requires the transcription of two subgenomic (sg) mRNAs...
  27. Zhang Y, Li J, Pu H, Jin J, Zhang X, Chen M, et al. Development of Tobacco necrosis virus A as a vector for efficient and stable expression of FMDV VP1 peptides. Plant Biotechnol J. 2010;8:506-23 pubmed publisher
    ..And when inoculated nasally, CVPs could induce systemic and mucosal immune responses in mice...
  28. Culley A, Lang A, Suttle C. Metagenomic analysis of coastal RNA virus communities. Science. 2006;312:1795-8 pubmed
    ..Our results show that the oceans are a reservoir of previously unknown RNA viruses...
  29. Marzano S, Domier L. Reprint of "Novel mycoviruses discovered from metatranscriptomics survey of soybean phyllosphere phytobiomes". Virus Res. 2016;219:11-21 pubmed publisher
    ..Botybirnavirus, Endornavirus, Mitovirus, Mycoflexivirus, Ourmiavirus, Totivirus, Victorivirus, family Tombusviridae, order Mononegavirales, and the recently proposed genus Gemycircularvirus...
  30. Hussain M, Lockney D, Wang R, Gera N, Rao B. Avidity-mediated virus separation using a hyperthermophilic affinity ligand. Biotechnol Prog. 2013;29:237-46 pubmed publisher
    ..Therefore, our approach may be broadly relevant to cases where capture of large multivalent species from complex mixtures and subsequent release without the use of harsh elution conditions is necessary. ..
  31. Ray D, Na H, White K. Structural properties of a multifunctional T-shaped RNA domain that mediate efficient tomato bushy stunt virus RNA replication. J Virol. 2004;78:10490-500 pubmed
    ..comparable TSDs and associated interactions are predicted in the 5' UTRs of all sequenced Aureusvirus genomes, members of at least one other genus in the family Tombusviridae appear to utilize this type of multifunctional RNA domain.
  32. Iwakawa H, Mine A, Hyodo K, An M, Kaido M, Mise K, et al. Template recognition mechanisms by replicase proteins differ between bipartite positive-strand genomic RNAs of a plant virus. J Virol. 2011;85:497-509 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, the initial template recognition mechanisms employed by the replicase differ between RCNMV bipartite genomic RNAs and RNA elements are primary determinants of the differential replication mechanism. ..
  33. Truniger V, Miras M, Aranda M. Structural and Functional Diversity of Plant Virus 3'-Cap-Independent Translation Enhancers (3'-CITEs). Front Plant Sci. 2017;8:2047 pubmed publisher
    ..translation enhancers (CITEs) have been identified in the genomic 3'-end of viruses belonging to the family Tombusviridae and the genus Luteovirus...
  34. Mizumoto H, Tatsuta M, Kaido M, Mise K, Okuno T. Cap-independent translational enhancement by the 3' untranslated region of red clover necrotic mosaic virus RNA1. J Virol. 2003;77:12113-21 pubmed
    ..Finally, we suggest that cap-independent translational activity is required for RCNMV RNA1 replication in protoplasts. ..
  35. Koh D, Wang X, Wong S, Liu D. Translation initiation at an upstream CUG codon regulates the expression of Hibiscus chlorotic ringspot virus coat protein. Virus Res. 2006;122:35-44 pubmed
    ..In addition, a previously identified internal ribosome entry site was shown to control the expression of p27 and p38 in the subgenomic RNA 2. ..
  36. Okamoto K, Nagano H, Iwakawa H, Mizumoto H, Takeda A, Kaido M, et al. cis-Preferential requirement of a -1 frameshift product p88 for the replication of Red clover necrotic mosaic virus RNA1. Virology. 2008;375:205-12 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results show a cis-preferential requirement of p88, but not of p27, for the replication of RNA1. This mechanism might help to facilitate a switch in the role of RNA1 from mRNA to a replication template. ..
  37. Zhang X, Zhao X, Zhang Y, Niu S, Qu F, Zhang Y, et al. N-terminal basic amino acid residues of Beet black scorch virus capsid protein play a critical role in virion assembly and systemic movement. Virol J. 2013;10:200 pubmed publisher
    ..BBSV) is a small single-stranded, positive-sense RNA plant virus belonging to the genus Necrovirus, family Tombusviridae. Its capsid protein (CP) contains a 13 amino acid long basic region at the N-terminus, rich in arginine and ..
  38. Dayaram A, Galatowitsch M, Argüello Astorga G, van Bysterveldt K, Kraberger S, Stainton D, et al. Diverse circular replication-associated protein encoding viruses circulating in invertebrates within a lake ecosystem. Infect Genet Evol. 2016;39:304-316 pubmed publisher
    ..The putative capsid protein of one viral species was found to be most similar to those of members of the Tombusviridae family, thus expanding the number of known RNA-DNA hybrid viruses in nature...
  39. Scheets K, Jordan R, White K, Hernández C. Pelarspovirus, a proposed new genus in the family Tombusviridae. Arch Virol. 2015;160:2385-93 pubmed publisher
    Currently, the family Tombusviridae encompasses thirteen viral genera that contain single-stranded, positive-sense RNA genomes and isometric virions; the exception being the genus Umbravirus, whose members do not encode a coat protein (..
  40. Kneller E, Rakotondrafara A, Miller W. Cap-independent translation of plant viral RNAs. Virus Res. 2006;119:63-75 pubmed
    ..translation elements that have been identified in members of the Potyviridae, Luteoviridae, and Tombusviridae families, and genus Tobamovirus...
  41. Saunders K, Lomonossoff G. The Generation of Turnip Crinkle Virus-Like Particles in Plants by the Transient Expression of Wild-Type and Modified Forms of Its Coat Protein. Front Plant Sci. 2015;6:1138 pubmed publisher
    Turnip crinkle virus (TCV), a member of the genus carmovirus of the Tombusviridae family, has a genome consisting of a single positive-sense RNA molecule that is encapsidated in an icosahedral particle composed of 180 copies of a single ..
  42. Hyodo K, Nagai H, Okuno T. Dual function of a cis-acting RNA element that acts as a replication enhancer and a translation repressor in a plant positive-stranded RNA virus. Virology. 2017;512:74-82 pubmed publisher
    ..Overall, these cis-acting RNA elements seem to coordinately regulate the balance between RNA replication and replication-associated translation. ..
  43. Mine A, Takeda A, Taniguchi T, Taniguchi H, Kaido M, Mise K, et al. Identification and characterization of the 480-kilodalton template-specific RNA-dependent RNA polymerase complex of red clover necrotic mosaic virus. J Virol. 2010;84:6070-81 pubmed publisher
    ..A model for the formation of RCNMV RNA replication complexes is proposed. ..
  44. Iwakawa H, Mizumoto H, Nagano H, Imoto Y, Takigawa K, Sarawaneeyaruk S, et al. A viral noncoding RNA generated by cis-element-mediated protection against 5'->3' RNA decay represses both cap-independent and cap-dependent translation. J Virol. 2008;82:10162-74 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results also suggest that Seq1f58 is an RNA element that protects the 3'-side RNA sequences against 5'-->3' decay in plant cells as reported for the poly(G) tract and stable stem-loop structure in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. ..
  45. Lee P, White K. Construction and characterization of an aureusvirus defective RNA. Virology. 2014;452-453:67-74 pubmed publisher
    ..No D RNAs have been found associated with members of the plus-strand RNA virus genus Aureusvirus (family Tombusviridae)...
  46. Rochon D. Fungal transmission of plant viruses. Curr Protoc Microbiol. 2009;Chapter 16:Unit16B.4 pubmed publisher
    Fungal zoospores of Olpidium species transmit several viruses in the family Tombusviridae as well as in the Ophio- and Varicosavirus genera. This unit describes procedures for virus transmission by Olpidium sp...
  47. Mine A, Hyodo K, Takeda A, Kaido M, Mise K, Okuno T. Interactions between p27 and p88 replicase proteins of Red clover necrotic mosaic virus play an essential role in viral RNA replication and suppression of RNA silencing via the 480-kDa viral replicase complex assembly. Virology. 2010;407:213-24 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results indicate that interactions between RCNMV replicase proteins play an essential role in viral RNA replication and in suppressing RNA silencing via the 480-kDa replicase complex assembly. ..
  48. Pérez Cañamás M, Blanco Pérez M, Forment J, Hernandez C. Nicotiana benthamiana plants asymptomatically infected by Pelargonium line pattern virus show unusually high accumulation of viral small RNAs that is neither associated with DCL induction nor RDR6 activity. Virology. 2017;501:136-146 pubmed publisher
    Pelargonium line pattern virus (PLPV, Tombusviridae) normally establishes systemic, low-titered and asymptomatic infections in its hosts...
  49. Castellano M, Loconsole G, Grieco F, Di Sansebastiano G, Martelli G. Subcellular localization and immunodetection of movement proteins of olive latent virus 1. Arch Virol. 2005;150:1369-81 pubmed
    ..p.i., when scattered labelling was observed in the cytoplasm and near plasmodesmata. ..
  50. Walter C, Pringle F, Nakayinga R, de Felipe P, Ryan M, Ball L, et al. Genome organization and translation products of Providence virus: insight into a unique tetravirus. J Gen Virol. 2010;91:2826-35 pubmed publisher
    ..RNA polymerase domain of the PrV replicase is phylogenetically most closely related to members of the families Tombusviridae and Umbraviridae rather than to members of the family Tetraviridae...
  51. Hyodo K, Mine A, Iwakawa H, Kaido M, Mise K, Okuno T. Identification of amino acids in auxiliary replicase protein p27 critical for its RNA-binding activity and the assembly of the replicase complex in Red clover necrotic mosaic virus. Virology. 2011;413:300-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results demonstrate that p27 has multiple functions in RCNMV replication. ..
  52. Okuno T, Hiruki C. Molecular biology and epidemiology of dianthoviruses. Adv Virus Res. 2013;87:37-74 pubmed publisher
    The genus Dianthovirus is one of eight genera in the family Tombusviridae. All the genera have monopartite positive-stranded RNA genomes, except the dianthoviruses which have bipartite genomes...
  53. Janowski A, Krishnamurthy S, Lim E, Zhao G, Brenchley J, Barouch D, et al. Statoviruses, A novel taxon of RNA viruses present in the gastrointestinal tracts of diverse mammals. Virology. 2017;504:36-44 pubmed publisher
    ..These viruses define a novel clade that is phylogenetically related to the RNA virus families Tombusviridae and Flaviviridae...
  54. Zhao F, Baek D, Igori D, Bae J, Kim S, Ra J, et al. Complete genome sequence of rice virus A, a new member of the family Tombusviridae. Arch Virol. 2017;162:3247-3250 pubmed publisher
    ..resembling that of viruses classified in the genera Aureusvirus, Tombusvirus and Zeavirus within the family Tombusviridae. With 4,832 nucleotides, the RVA genome may be the largest monopartite genome sequenced to date in the family ..
  55. Vega Rocha S, Gronenborn B, Gronenborn A, Campos Olivas R. Solution structure of the endonuclease domain from the master replication initiator protein of the nanovirus faba bean necrotic yellows virus and comparison with the corresponding geminivirus and circovirus structures. Biochemistry. 2007;46:6201-12 pubmed
  56. Iwakawa H, Okuno T. [Viral noncoding RNAs]. Uirusu. 2009;59:179-87 pubmed
    ..Here, we introduce the generation mechanisms and functions of novel non-coding RNAs generated from both animal and plant RNA viruses, after a brief review of non-coding RNAs of DNA viruses. ..
  57. Newburn L, White K. Atypical RNA Elements Modulate Translational Readthrough in Tobacco Necrosis Virus D. J Virol. 2017;91: pubmed publisher
    ..virus, strain D (TNV-D), is a positive-strand RNA virus in the genus Betanecrovirus and family Tombusviridae The production of its RNA-dependent RNA polymerase, p82, is achieved by translational readthrough...
  58. Culley A, Lang A, Suttle C. The complete genomes of three viruses assembled from shotgun libraries of marine RNA virus communities. Virol J. 2007;4:69 pubmed publisher
    ..encodes a putative RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp) that is related to the RdRp of viruses in the family Tombusviridae, but the remaining SOG sequence has no significant similarity to any sequences in the NCBI database. ..
  59. Mollov D, Lockhart B, Zlesak D. Complete nucleotide sequence of Rosa rugosa leaf distortion virus, a new member of the family Tombusviridae. Arch Virol. 2013;158:2617-20 pubmed publisher
    ..p87) with amino acid sequence similarity to the RNA-dependent RNA polymerases (RdRp) of members of the family Tombusviridae. ORF3 encodes a protein of 8 kDa with no significant similarity to known viral sequences...
  60. Guenther R, Sit T, Gracz H, Dolan M, Townsend H, Liu G, et al. Structural characterization of an intermolecular RNA-RNA interaction involved in the transcription regulation element of a bipartite plant virus. Nucleic Acids Res. 2004;32:2819-28 pubmed
    ..The RCNMV TA structural model is similar to those for the Simian retrovirus frameshifting element and the Human immunodeficiency virus-1 dimerization kissing hairpins, suggesting a conservation of form and function. ..
  61. Park S, Sit T, Kim K, Lommel S. The red clover necrotic mosaic virus capsid protein N-terminal amino acids possess specific RNA binding activity and are required for stable virion assembly. Virus Res. 2013;176:107-18 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, the N-terminal region of the CP is involved in both producing two virion populations due to its RNA binding properties and virion stability. ..
  62. Narayanan K, Han S. Genetic Modifications of Icosahedral Plant Virus-based Nanoparticles for Vaccine and Immunotherapy Applications. Curr Protein Pept Sci. 2017;18:1141-1151 pubmed publisher
    ..Here, we comprehensively review the developments of several recombinant PVNs as prophylactic and/or therapeutic vaccines for the prevention or treatment of several microbial diseases, pathologies, and toxin poisoning...
  63. Batten J, Turina M, Scholthof K. Panicovirus accumulation is governed by two membrane-associated proteins with a newly identified conserved motif that contributes to pathogenicity. Virol J. 2006;3:12 pubmed
    ..we identified a domain spanning amino acids 306 to 405 on the p48 and p112 PMV ORFs that is common to the Tombusviridae. Alanine scanning mutagenesis of the conserved domain (CD) revealed that several substitutions were lethal or ..
  64. Sherman M, Guenther R, Tama F, Sit T, Brooks C, Mikhailov A, et al. Removal of divalent cations induces structural transitions in red clover necrotic mosaic virus, revealing a potential mechanism for RNA release. J Virol. 2006;80:10395-406 pubmed
    ..individual capsid protein (CP) subunits and the entire virion capsid are consistent with other species in the Tombusviridae family...
  65. Basnayake V, Sit T, Lommel S. The Red clover necrotic mosaic virus origin of assembly is delimited to the RNA-2 trans-activator. Virology. 2009;384:169-78 pubmed publisher
    ..The addition of viral assembly illustrates the critical importance of the multifunctional TA element as a key regulatory switch in the RCNMV life cycle. ..
  66. Casta o A, Ruiz L, Hern ndez C. Insights into the translational regulation of biologically active open reading frames of Pelargonium line pattern virus. Virology. 2009;386:417-26 pubmed publisher
    Pelargonium line pattern virus (PLPV), a proposed member of a prospective genus (Pelarspovirus) within family Tombusviridae, has a positive-sense, single-stranded genomic RNA...
  67. Castaño A, Ruiz L, Elena S, Hernandez C. Population differentiation and selective constraints in Pelargonium line pattern virus. Virus Res. 2011;155:274-82 pubmed publisher
    ..of Pelargonium line pattern virus (PLPV), a tentative member of a proposed new genus within the family Tombusviridae, has been recently determined...
  68. Zhang Y, Zhao W, Li M, Chen H, Zhu S, Fan Z. Real-time TaqMan RT-PCR for detection of maize chlorotic mottle virus in maize seeds. J Virol Methods. 2011;171:292-4 pubmed publisher
    ..The successful detection of MCMV in maize seeds suggested the feasibility of this procedure for routine testing. ..
  69. Olivier V, Blanchard P, Chaouch S, Lallemand P, Schurr F, Celle O, et al. Molecular characterisation and phylogenetic analysis of Chronic bee paralysis virus, a honey bee virus. Virus Res. 2008;132:59-68 pubmed publisher
    ..RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp) sequence and presented similarities with members of the Nodaviridae and Tombusviridae families...
  70. Scheets K. Infectious transcripts of an asymptomatic panicovirus identified from a metagenomic survey. Virus Res. 2013;176:161-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Partial sequences of RNA1 (?35%) and RNA2 (?40%) of putative thin paspalum cryptic virus were obtained. These represent the first sequences for a putative grass-infecting alphacryptovirus...
  71. Bistolas K, Besemer R, Rudstam L, Hewson I. Distribution and Inferred Evolutionary Characteristics of a Chimeric ssDNA Virus Associated with Intertidal Marine Isopods. Viruses. 2017;9: pubmed publisher
    ..wosnesenskii, IWaV278, shared sequence similarity and genomic features with Tombusviridae (ssRNA) and Circoviridae (ssDNA) genomes and was putatively assigned to the Cruciviridae clade comprising ..
  72. Alemzadeh E, Izadpanah K, Ahmadi F. Generation of recombinant protein shells of Johnson grass chlorotic stripe mosaic virus in tobacco plants and their use as drug carrier. J Virol Methods. 2017;248:148-153 pubmed publisher
    ..empty shells of Johnson grass chlorotic stripe mosaic virus (JgCSMV, a member of the genus Aureusvirus, family Tombusviridae) as VLP nanoparticles for drug loading...
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