References: Nanoviridae


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Grigoras, I., A. Ginzo, D. P. Martin, A. Varsani, J. Romero, A. C. Mammadov, I. M. Huseynova, J. A. Aliyev, A. Kheyr-Pour, H. Huss, H. Ziebell, T. Timchenko, H. J. Vetten and B. Gronenborn (2014). Genome diversity and evidence of recombination and reassortment in nanoviruses from Europe. J Gen Virol 95: 1178-1191. [PubMed]

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Hasanvand, V., J. Heydarnejad, H. Massumi, T. Kleinow and H. Jeske (2020). First report of parsley severe stunt associated virus in Iran. New Disease Reports 41: 17. 

Hassan-Sheikhi, P., J. Heydarnejad, H. Massumi, S. Kraberger and A. Varsani (2020). Novel nanovirus and associated alphasatellites identified in milk vetch plants with chlorotic dwarf disease in Iran. Virus Res 276: doi: 10.1016/j.virusres.2019.197830. [PubMed]

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