Carlavirus Group Test

This test reacts with a variety of viruses in the Carlavirus genus. The list below represents Carlaviruses that have been experimentally detected with our Carlavirus Group PCR and confirmed by sequencing.

CONFIRMED DETECTION

  • Blueberry scorch virus (BlScV)
  • Carnation latent virus (CLV)
  • Chrysanthemum virus B (CVB)
  • Coleus vein necrosis virus (CVNV)
  • Cowpea mild mottle virus (CPMMV)
  • Garlic common latent virus (GarCLV)
  • Helleborus mosaic virus (HeMV)
  • Helleborus net necrosis virus (HeNNV)
  • Hop latent virus (HpLV)
  • Hydrangea chlorotic mottle virus (HdCMV)
  • Ligustrum necrotic ringspot virus (LNRSV)
  • Kalanchoe latent virus (KLV)
  • Lily symptomless virus (LSV)
  • Narcissus symptomless virus (NeLV-NSV)
  • Nerine latent virus (NeLV)
  • Pea streak virus (PeSV)
  • Phlox virus M (PhlVM)
  • Potato latent virus (PotLV)
  • Potato virus M (PVM)
  • Potato virus S (PVS)
  • Red clover vein mosaic virus (RCVMV)
  • Shallot latent virus (SLV)

The list below represents Carlaviruses that have not been experimentally detected, but based on in silico analysis, will likely be detected with our Carlavirus Group PCR. If you have a sample of one of these pathogens, please contact testing@agdia.com.

PREDICTED DETECTION

  • Aconitum latent virus (AcLV)
  • American hop latent virus (AHLV)
  • Butterbur mosaic virus (ButMV)
  • Caper latent virus (CapLV)
  • Cucumber vein-clearing virus (CuVCV)
  • Daphne virus S (DVS)
  • Elderberry symptomless virus (ElSLV)
  • Hippeastrum latent virus (HLV)
  • Hop mosaic virus (HpMV)
  • Melon yellowing-associated virus (MYaV)
  • Mirabilis jalapa mottle virus (MjMV)
  • Narcissus common latent virus (NCLV)
  • Passiflora latent virus (PLV)
  • Phlox virus B (PhlVB)
  • Phlox virus S (PhlVS)
  • Poplar mosaic virus (PopMV)
  • Potato virus H (PVH)
  • Potato virus P (PVP)
  • Sint-Jan's onion latent virus (SJOLV)
  • Sweet potato C6 virus (SC6V)
  • Sweet potato chlorotic fleck virus (SPCFV)
  • Twisted-stalk leaf streak virus (TSLSV)
  • Verbena latent virus (VeLV)

Pathogens are added to these lists as they are shown to be detected by in vitro or in silico analysis. Check here regularly for updates.