The RNAs and Proteins of dsRNA Viruses

 

Edited by Peter. P. C. Mertens, Houssam Attoui and Dennis H. Bamford

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The dsRNA segments and proteins of Diadromus pulchellus idnoreovirus-1

 (genus Idnoreovirus: family Reoviridae)   updated 26th September 2006 

Genome Segment

 

(Size*)

ORFs

(bp inclusive)

Proteins

(*: protein structure/ function)

Protein

Size

Protein number/ particle

Location

Protein Function

Seg-1

4, 800 bp

unknown

VP1

unknown

unknown

unknown

unknown

Seg-2*

4,230bp

257-4195

VP2

1312 aa

(148.000 kDa)

unknown

unknown

unknown

Seg-3*

3,812bp

64-3789

VP3

1241aa 

  (138,671 kDa)

unknown

unknown

Possible dsRNA dependent RNA polymerase (Contains RdRp motifs)

*additional segment

 

3,333 bp

64-3282

unknown

1072 aa

(121,883 kDa)

unknown

unknown

Sequence of RNA is closely related to Segment 3.  Presence of this RNA is related to sex and ploidy of the host wasp.

Seg-4

3,000bp

unknown

 

VP4

unknown

unknown

unknown

unknown

Seg-5

2, 700 bp

unknown

 

VP5

unknown

unknown

unknown

unknown

Seg-6

1,750 bp

unknown

 

VP6

unknown

unknown

unknown

unknown

Seg-7*

1, 652 bp

274-

1584

 

VP7

436 aa

(48,969 kDa)

unknown

unknown

unknown

Seg-8*

1,318 bp

53-1252

 

VP8

399 aa 

(44,753 kDa)

unknown

unknown

unknown

Seg-9*

 1,240 bp

42-1100

 

VP9   

352 aa

 (39,952 kDa)

unknown

unknown

unknown

Seg-10*

985bp

57-941

 

VP10

294 aa

(32,798 kDa)

unknown

unknown

unknown

 

* The sizes of some dsRNA segments and their putative translation products have been determined by sequence analyses.

: Based on the genome segment size (order during agarose gel electrophoresis). 

Table constructed by Peter Mertens and Houssam Attoui

 

 

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(The RNAs and Proteins  of dsRNA Viruses:  Edited by Peter. P. C. Mertens, Houssam Attoui and Dennis H. Bamford)