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Genetic element (GENE)
last updated: 21 Jan 2022
CBSV isolate: CBSV-[TZ;Nal;07]
The Cassava Brown Streak coat protein is a capsid protein, responsible for the encapsulation of the viral RNA genome and entry into the host cell. The presence of the DAG motif (aspartic acid-alanine-glycine) in the coat protein suggests that it could enable viral transmission via aphids.
- Virus-Derived Stacked RNAi Construct Confers Robust Resistance to Cassava Brown Streak Disease.pdf ( English )
- UniProtKB: CBSV Coat Protein ( English )
- Unusual occurrence of a DAG motif in the Ipomovirus Cassava brown streak virus and implications for its vector transmission.pdf ( English )
- NCBI: Cassava brown streak virus complete genome, isolate CBSV-[TZ;Nal;07] ( English )