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A summary of this ICTV online (10th) report chapter has been published as an ICTV Virus Taxonomy Profile article in the Journal of General Virology, and should be cited when referencing this online chapter as follows:
Poranen, M.M., Mäntynen, S., and ICTV Report Consortium, 2017, ICTV Virus Taxonomy Profile: Cystoviridae, Journal of General Virology, (In Press).
The family Cystoviridae includes enveloped viruses with a tri-segmented dsRNA genome and a double-layered protein capsid. The innermost protein layer is a polymerase complex responsible for genome packaging, replication and transcription. Cystoviruses infect Gram-negative bacteria, primarily plant-pathogenic Pseudomonas syringae strains.
Table 1.Cystoviridae. Characteristics of the family Cystoviridae.
Pseudomonas phage phi7
Pseudomonas phage phi8
L: AF226851; M: AF226852; S: AF226853
Pseudomonas phage phi9
Pseudomonas phage phi10
Pseudomonas phage phi11
Pseudomonas phage phi12
L: AF408636; M: AY039807; S: AY034425
Pseudomonas phage phi13
L: AF261668; M: AF261667; S: AF261666
Pseudomonas phage phi14
Pseudomonas phage phi2954
L: FJ608823; M: FJ608824; S: FJ608825
Pseudomonas phage phiNN
L: KJ957164; M: KJ957165; S: KJ957166
Pseudomonas phage phiYY
L: KX07420; M: KX074202; S: KX074203
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