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Genetic element (GENE)
last updated: 21 Jan 2022
Ugandan cassava brown streak virus isolate: UCBSV-[UG;Kab;07]
The Ugandan cassava brown streak virus (UCBSV) coat protein is a capsid protein, responsible for the encapsulation of the viral RNA genome and entry into the host cell. Unlike the coat protein in Cassava brown streak virus, the coat protein for UCBSV does not contain a DAG motif (aspartic acid-alanine-glycine), which is associate with aphid-mediated transmission. The full length protein is roughly 43 kDa in size.
- NCBI: Uganda cassava brown streak virus complete genome, isolate UCBSV-[UG;Kab;07] ( English )
- Virus-Derived Stacked RNAi Construct Confers Robust Resistance to Cassava Brown Streak Disease.pdf ( English )
- UniProtKB: UCBSV Coat Protein ( English )
- Unusual occurrence of a DAG motif in the Ipomovirus Cassava brown streak virus and implications for its vector transmission.pdf ( English )