References: Endornaviridae


References: Endornaviridae

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Khalifa, M. E. & Pearson, M. N. (2014). Molecular characterisation of an endornavirus infecting the phytopathogen Sclerotinia sclerotiorum. Virus Res 189, 303-309. [PubMed] 

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Okada, R., Kiyota, E., Sabanadzovic, S., Moriyama, H., Fukuhara, T., Saha, P., Roossinck, M. J., Severin, A. & Valverde, R. A. (2011). Bell pepper endornavirus: molecular and biological properties, and occurrence in the genus Capsicum. J Gen Virol 92, 2664-2673. [PubMed]

Okada, R., Yong, C. K., Valverde, R. A., Sabanadzovic, S., Aoki, N., Hotate, S., Kiyota, E., Moriyama, H. & Fukuhara, T. (2013). Molecular characterization of two evolutionarily distinct endornaviruses co-infecting common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris). J Gen Virol 94, 220-229. [PubMed]

Osaki, H., Nakamura, H., Sasaki, A., Matsumoto, N. & Yoshida, K. (2006). An endornavirus from a hypovirulent strain of the violet root rot fungus, Helicobasidium mompa. Virus Res 118, 143-149. [PubMed] 

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Roossinck, M. J., Sabanadzovic, S., Okada, R. & Valverde, R. A. (2011). The remarkable evolutionary history of endornaviruses. J Gen Virol 92, 2674-2678. [PubMed] 

Sabanadzovic, S., Wintermantel, W. M., Valverde, R. A., McCreight, J. D. & Aboughanem-Sabanadzovic, N. (2016). Cucumis melo endornavirus: Genome organization, host range and co-divergence with the host. Virus Res 214, 49-58. [PubMed] 

Sela, N., Luria, N. & Dombrovsky, A. (2012). Genome assembly of bell pepper endornavirus from small RNA. J Virol 86, 7721. [PubMed]

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Valverde, R. A. & Gutierrez, D. L. (2007). Transmission of a dsRNA in bell pepper and evidence that it consists of the genome of an endornavirus. Virus Genes 35, 399-403. [PubMed]