References: Ophioviridae

References: Ophioviridae

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Garcia, M. L., Dal Bo, E., Grau, O. & Milne, R. G. (1994). The closely related citrus ringspot and citrus psorosis viruses have particles of novel filamentous morphology. J Gen Virol 75, 3585-3590. [PubMed]

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Hiraguri, A., Ueki, S., Kondo, H., Nomiyama, K., Shimizu, T., Ichiki-Uehara, T., Omura, T., Sasaki, N., Nyunoya, H. & Sasaya, T. (2013). Identification of a movement protein of Mirafiori lettuce big-vein ophiovirus. J Gen Virol 94, 1145-1150. [PubMed]

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Milne, R. G., Djelouah, K., Garcia, L. M., Dal Bo, E. & Grau, O. (1996). Structure of citrus- psorosis-associated virus particles: Implications for diagnosis and taxonomy. In 13th Conference of the International Organization of Citrus Virologists, pp. 189-197. Edited by J. V. Da Graça, P. Moreno & R. K. Yokomi. Fuzhou, Fujian, China: IOCV.

Morelli, M., De Stradis, A., Minafra, A., Saldarelli, P. & Martelli, G. P. (2015). Mixed infection by Eggplant mottled dwarf virus and an ophiovirus species in Japanese pittosporum. J Plant Pathol 97, 548.

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Naum-Ongania, G., Gago-Zachert, S., Peña, E., Grau, O. & Garcia, M. L. (2003). Citrus psorosis virus RNA 1 is of negative polarity and potentially encodes in its complementary strand a 24K protein of unknown function and 280K putative RNA dependent RNA polymerase. Virus Res 96, 49-61. [PubMed]

Navarro, J. A., Botella, F., Marhuenda, A., Sastre, P., Sánchez-Pina, M. A. & Pallas, V. (2005). Identification and partial characterisation of Lettuce big-vein associated virus and Mirafiori lettuce big-vein virus in common weeds found amongst Spanish lettuce crops and their role in lettuce big-vein disease transmission. Eur J Plant Pathol 113, 25-34.

Navarro, J. A., Botella, F., Maruhenda, A., Sastre, P., Sánchez-Pina, M. A. & Pallas, V. (2004). Comparative Infection Progress Analysis of Lettuce big-vein virus and Mirafiori lettuce virus in Lettuce Crops by Developed Molecular Diagnosis Techniques. Phytopathology 94, 470-477. [PubMed]

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Osaki, H., Sasaki, A., Nomiyama, K. & Tomioka, K. (2016). Multiple virus infection in a single strain of Fusarium poae shown by deep sequencing. Virus Genes 52, 835-847. [PubMed]

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Pearson, M. N., Cohen, D., Cowell, S. J., Jones, D., Blouin, A., Lebas, B. S. M., Shiller, J. B. & Clover, G. R. G. (2009). A survey of viruses of flower bulbs in New Zealand. Australasian Plant Pathology 38, 305-309.

Peña, E. J., Robles Luna, G., Zanek, M. C., Borniego, M. B., Reyes, C. A., Heinlein, M. & Garcia, M. L. (2012). Citrus psorosis and Mirafiori lettuce big-vein ophiovirus coat proteins localize to the cytoplasm and self interact in vivo. Virus Res 170, 34-43. [PubMed]

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Reyes, C. A., Ocolotobiche, E. E., Marmisolle, F. E., Robles Luna, G., Borniego, M. B., Bazzini, A. A., Asurmendi, S. & Garcia, M. L. (2016). Citrus psorosis virus 24K protein interacts with citrus miRNA precursors, affects their processing and subsequent miRNA accumulation and target expression. Molecular Plant Pathology On-Line 17, 317-329. [PubMed]

Robles Luna, G., Peña, E. J., Borniego, M. B., Heinlein, M. & Garcia, M. L. (2013). Ophioviruses CPsV and MiLBVV movement protein is encoded in RNA 2 and interacts with the coat protein. Virology 441, 152-161. [PubMed]

Robles Luna, G., Reyes, C. A., Peña, E. J., Ocolotobiche, E., Baeza, C., Borniego, M. B., Kormelink, R. & Garcia, M. L. (2017). Identification and characterization of two RNA silencing suppressors encoded by ophioviruses. Virus Res In press.

Roggero, P., Ciuffo, M., Vaira, A. M., Accotto, G. P., Masenga, V. & Milne, R. G. (2000). An Ophiovirus isolated from lettuce with big-vein symptoms. Arch Virol 145, 2629-2642. [PubMed]

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Sánchez de la Torre, E., Riva, O., Zandomeni, R., Grau, O. & García, M. L. (1998). The top component of citrus psorosis virus contains two ssRNAs, the smaller encodes the coat protein Molecular Plant Pathology On-Line.

Sánchez de la Torre, M. E., Lopez, C., Grau, O. & Garcia, M. L. (2002). RNA 2 of Citrus psorosis virus is of negative polarity and has a single open reading frame in its complementary strand. J Gen Virol 83, 1777-1781. [PubMed]

Sasaya, T. & Koganezawa, H. (2006). Molecular analysis and virus transmission tests place Olpidium virulentus, a vector of Mirafiori lettuce big-vein virus and tobacco stunt virus, as a distinct species rather than a strain of Olpidium brassicae. J Gen Plant Path 72, 20-25.

Sippel, A. D., Bijzet, Z., Froneman, I. J., Combrink, N. K., Maritz, J. G., Hannweg, K. F., Severn-Ellis, A. A. & Manicom, B. Q. (2015). Citrus Breeding in South Africa: the Latest Developments in the Programme Run by the ARC-Institute for Tropical and Subtropical Crops. Acta Horticulturae 1065, 397-403.

Thekke-Veetil, T., Ho, T., Keller, K. E., Martin, R. R. & Tzanetakis, I. E. (2014). A new ophiovirus is associated with blueberry mosaic disease. Virus Res 189, 92-96. [PubMed]

Thekke-Veetil, T., Polashock, J. J., Marn, M. V., Plesko, I. M., Schilder, A. C., Keller, K. E., Martin, R. R. & Tzanetakis, I. E. (2015). Population structure of blueberry mosaic associated virus: Evidence of reassortment in geographically distinct isolates. Virus Res 201, 79-84. [PubMed]

Timmer, L. W. & Garnsey, S. M. (1980). Natural spread of citrus ringspot virus in Texas and its association with psorosis-like diseases in Florida and Texas. In Proceedings of the 8th Conference of the International Organization of Citrus Virologists, pp. 167-193. Edited by E. C. Calavan, S. M. Garnsey & L. W. Timmer. Mildura, Victoria, Australia: IOCV.

Torok, V. A. & Vetten, H. J. (2002). Characterisation of an ophiovirus associated with lettuce ring necrosis. In Joint Conf Int Working Groups on Legume and Vegetable Viruses, p. 4. Bonn, Germany.

Torok, V. A. & Vetten, H. J. (2003). Identification and molecular characterisation of a new ophiovirus associated with lettuce ring necrosis disease. In Proceedings of Arbeitskreis Viruskrankheiten der Pflanzen. Heidelberg, Germany.

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Vaira, A., Hansen, M., Murphy, C., Reinsel, M. & Hammond, J. (2009). First Report of Freesia sneak virus in Freesia sp. in Virginia. Plant Dis 93, 965.

Vaira, A., Kleynhans, R. & Hammond, J. (2007). First report of Freesia sneak virus infecting Lachenalia cultivars in South Africa. Plant Dis 91, 770.

Vaira, A. M., Accotto, G. P., Costantini, A. & Milne, R. G. (2003). The partial sequence of RNA 1 of the ophiovirus Ranunculus white mottle virus indicates its relationship to rhabdoviruses and provides candidate primers for an ophiovirus-specific RT-PCR test. Arch Virol 148, 1037-1050. [PubMed]

Vaira, A. M., Garcia, M. L., Vetten, H. J., Navarro, J. A., Guerri, J., Hammond, J., Verbeek, M., Moreno, P., Natsuaki, T., Gago-Zachert, S., Morikawa, T., Torok, V. & Pallas, V. (2011). Ophioviridae. In Virus Taxonomy IX Report of the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses, pp. 743-748. Edited by A. M. Q. King, M. J. Adams, E. B. Carstens & E. J. Lefkowitz. Oxford, UK: Elsevier. 

Vaira, A. M., Lisa, V., Accotto, G. P., Borghi, V., Masenga, V., Luisoni, E. & Milne, R. G. (1996). A new virus isolated from Ranunculus hyb. with particles resembling supercoiled filamentous nucleocapsids. Acta Horticulturae 432, 36-43.

Vaira, A. M., Lisa, V., Costantini, A., Masenga, V., Rapetti, S. & Milne, R. G. (2006). Ophioviruses infecting ornamentals and a probable new species associated with a severe disease in Freesia. Acta Horticulturae 722, 191-200.

Vaira, A. M., Milne, R. G., Accotto, G. P., Luisoni, E., Masenga, V. & Lisa, V. (1997). Partial characterization of a new virus from ranunculus with a divided RNA genome and circular supercoiled thread-like particles. Arch Virol 142, 2131-2146. [PubMed]

van der Wilk, F., Dullemans, A. M., Verbeek, M. & van den Heuvel, J. F. (2002). Nucleotide sequence and genomic organization of an ophiovirus associated with lettuce big-vein disease. J Gen Virol 83, 2869-2877. [PubMed]

Verbeek, M., Lindner, J., Bowen, I., Dullemans, A. & van der Vlugt, R. (2004). Ophiovirus isolated from freesia with freesia leaf necrosis disease. In 11th ISVDOP. Taichung, Taiwan.