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RT-PCR-based detection of six garlic viruses and their phylogenetic relationships
- RT-PCR-based detection of six garlic viruses and their phylogenetic relationships
- Park K.-S.; Bae Y.-J.; Jung E.-J.; Kang S.-J.
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- Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology
- vol. 15, no. 5, pp. 1110 - 1114
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- Six viruses of the genera Carlavirus (Garlic mosaic virus, GarMV, and Garlic latent virus, GarLV), Allexivirus (Garlic virus X, GarV-X, and Garlic mite-borne filamentous virus, GarMbFV) and Potyvirus (Leek yellow stripe virus, LYSV, and Onion yellow dwarf virus, OYDV) from Korean garlic plants with mosaic symptoms were simultaneously detected by multiplex RT-PCR and subsequently sequenced. An immunocapture RT-PCR for the detection of GarLV, LYSV, and OYDV was also performed. The coat protein phylogenetic analysis of the garlic viruses showed that the Korean isolates were most closely related to the isolates from China, Japan, Brazil, and Argentina. This study is the first report for the differentiation of six garlic viruses in Korea by simultaneous detection using multiplex RT-PCR. © The Korean Society for Microbiology and Biotechnology.
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