Viruses of the Archaea: a unifying view View Full Text


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2006-11

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David Prangishvili, Patrick Forterre, Roger A. Garrett

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Key PointsSo far, all characterized archaeal viruses carry dsDNA genomes and exhibit a wide range of virion morphotypes, strongly surpassing the dsDNA viruses of the Bacteria in their diversity.In addition to head-tail viruses, which are common in the Bacteria, the Archaea replicate many viruses with morphologies which have not been observed before for any dsDNA virus. These include fusiforms, droplet and bottle shapes, and linear and spherical virions, with more complex virions combining features of the different forms.Genome sequence analyses demonstrate that most of the archaeal viruses are unrelated to other known viruses and indicate that they might have different, and possibly multiple, evolutionary origins.Assuming that archaeal head-tail viruses originate from the domain Bacteria (there are many arguments for this suggestion), we are faced with the prospect that each of the three domains of life, the Bacteria, Archaea and Eukarya, was originally characterized by a unique set of associated dsDNA viruses.One possible explanation for the existence of three different 'virospheres', each associated with a specific domain, is that these virospheres were selected when the domains first arose. Therefore, the first evolving organisms of each separate domain could have already been infected by different subsets of viruses from the ancestral virosphere, which predated the last universal common ancestor. More... »

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837-848

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