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Picornavirales

Picornavirales

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Picornavirales is an order of viruses with vertebrate, invertebrate, protist and plant hosts.[1] The name has a dual etymology.[2] First, picorna- is an acronym for poliovirus, insensitivity to ether, coxsackievirus, orphan virus, rhinovirus, and ribonucleic acid.[2] Secondly, pico-, meaning extremely small, combines with RNA to describe these very small RNA viruses.[2] The order comprises viruses that historically are referred to as picorna-like viruses.

Characteristics

The families within this order share a number of common features:

  • The virions are non-enveloped, icosahedral, and about 30 nanometers in diameter.
  • The capsid has a "pseudo T=3" structure, and is composed of 60 protomers each made of three similar-sized but nonidentical beta barrels.
  • The genome is made of one or a few single-stranded RNA(s) serving directly as mRNA, without overlapping open reading frames.
  • The genome has a small protein, VPg, covalently attached to its 5' end, and usually a poly-adenylated 3' end.
  • Each genome RNA is translated into polyprotein(s) yielding mature viral proteins through one or several virus-encoded proteinase(s).
  • A hallmark of the Picornavirales is a conserved module of sequence domains, Hel-Pro-Pol, which is typical of (from the amino- to the carboxy-end of the polyprotein):
    • A helicase belonging to superfamily III
    • [the VPg is encoded between these two domains]
    • A chymotrypsin-like protease where the catalytic residue is typically a cysteine rather than a serine,
    • A polymerase belonging to superfamily I; this conserved module is a hallmark of the Picornavirales

The evolution of picorna-like viruses seems to have antedated the separation of eukaryotes into the extant crown groups.[3]

Taxonomy

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Phylogenetic tree of representative viruses from order Picornavirales

The following families are recognized:[4]

References

  1. ^ Le Gall, Olivier; Christian, Peter; Fauquet, Claude M.; King, Andrew M. Q.; Knowles, Nick J.; Nakashima, Nobuhiko; Stanway, Glyn; Gorbalenya, Alexander E. (2008-04-01). "Picornavirales, a proposed order of positive-sense single-stranded RNA viruses with a pseudo-T = 3 virion architecture". Archives of Virology. 153 (4): 715–27. doi:10.1007/s00705-008-0041-x. PMID 18293057. S2CID 2303309.
  2. ^ a b c "Picornaviridae". International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV). October 2017. Retrieved 5 February 2019.
  3. ^ Koonin, Eugene V.; Wolf, Yuri I.; Nagasaki, Keizo; Dolja, Valerian V. (2008). "The Big Bang of picorna-like virus evolution antedates the radiation of eukaryotic supergroups". Nature Reviews Microbiology. 6 (12): 925–939. doi:10.1038/nrmicro2030. PMID 18997823. S2CID 205497478.
  4. ^ "Virus Taxonomy: 2019 Release". talk.ictvonline.org. International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses. Retrieved 30 April 2020.

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Picornavirales: Brief Summary

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Picornavirales is an order of viruses with vertebrate, invertebrate, protist and plant hosts. The name has a dual etymology. First, picorna- is an acronym for poliovirus, insensitivity to ether, coxsackievirus, orphan virus, rhinovirus, and ribonucleic acid. Secondly, pico-, meaning extremely small, combines with RNA to describe these very small RNA viruses. The order comprises viruses that historically are referred to as picorna-like viruses.

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Les Picornavirales sont un ordre de virus dont les hôtes sont des vertébrés, des insectes ou des plantes [2]. Ce groupe est constitué de virus qui ont un génome formé d'ARN simple brin à polarité positive (ssRNA).

Liste des familles

Selon Catalogue of Life (6 juin 2014)[3] :

Liste des familles, sous-familles, genres, espèces et non-classés

Selon NCBI (6 juin 2014)[4] :

Notes et références

  1. ICTV. International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses. Taxonomy history. Published on the Internet https://talk.ictvonline.org/., consulté le 1er février 2021
  2. (en) Le Gall O., Christian P., Fauquet C.M., King A.M., Knowles N.J., Nakashima N., Stanway G., Gorbalenya A.E., Picornavirales, a proposed order of positive-sense single-stranded RNA viruses with a pseudo-T = 3 virion architecture. Arch Virol. 2008;153(4):715-27.
  3. Bánki, O., Roskov, Y., Vandepitte, L., DeWalt, R. E., Remsen, D., Schalk, P., Orrell, T., Keping, M., Miller, J., Aalbu, R., Adlard, R., Adriaenssens, E., Aedo, C., Aescht, E., Akkari, N., Alonso-Zarazaga, M. A., Alvarez, B., Alvarez, F., Anderson, G., et al. (2021). Catalogue of Life Checklist (Version 2021-10-18). Catalogue of Life. https://doi.org/10.48580/d4t2, consulté le 6 juin 2014
  4. NCBI, consulté le 6 juin 2014

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Les Picornavirales sont un ordre de virus dont les hôtes sont des vertébrés, des insectes ou des plantes . Ce groupe est constitué de virus qui ont un génome formé d'ARN simple brin à polarité positive (ssRNA).

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