We thank Alison Stenger and David Ellingson for exciting discussions and for introducing us to the paleoarchaeology of Woodburn, OR. This work was supported by grant 80NSSC17K0301 from NASA, grants UL1GM118964, RL5GM118963, and TL4GM118965 from the National Institutes of Health, the Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering Program, John Howieson, David and Tracey Schwartz, and the Fundación Alfonso Martín Escudero.
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Cruciviruses are single-stranded DNA (ssDNA) viruses whose genomes suggest the possibility of gene transfer between DNA and RNA viruses. Many crucivirus genome sequences have been found in metagenomic data sets, although no crucivirus has been isolated. Here, we present the complete genome sequences of three cruciviruses recovered from environmental samples from Oregon.
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de la Higuera, I., Torrance, E. L., Pratt, A. A., Kasun, G. W., Maluenda, A., & Stedman, K. M. (2019). Genome Sequences of Three Cruciviruses Found in the Willamette Valley (Oregon). Microbiology Resource Announcements, 8(23), e00447-19.