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Genetic and antigenic characterization of 14 wild-type measles viruses isolated from four provinces in the People's Republic of China during 1993 and 1994 was conducted. Sequence analyses of the hemagglutinin (H) and nucleoprotein (N) genes indicated that 13 of the 14 Chinese viruses comprised a...
The poliovirus-encoded, membrane associated polypeptide 2C is required for viral replication. We have previously established that, while the 2C protein lacks a defined membrane binding domain, the N-terminal region containing a putative amphipathic helix plays an important role in membrane...
A novel lyssavirus isolated from Pteropid bats in Australia (Australian Bat Lyssavirus, ABLV) has been characterised using gene sequence analyses, electron microscopy and a panel of monoclonal antibodies. Electron microscopic examination of Pteropid bat and mouse brain material as well as virus...
Fusion-from-without (FFWO) and fusion-from-within (FFWI) for Moloney MLV in SC-1 cells were selectively stimulated by the polycation polybrene and the ionophore amphotericin B, which can be used to discriminate between the two fusion types. FFWI was stimulated by a number of different K +...
A cDNA copy of the mRNA of the glycoprotein G of Cocal virus, a rhabdovirus, has been cloned, sequenced and expressed in mammalian cells. The deduced amino acid sequence shows a typical transmembrane glycoprotein, 512 amino acids in length, containing two potential N-linked glycosylation sites....
We constructed simian virus 40 (SV40)/polyomavirus recombinants by replacing in SV40 the T antigen coding region with polyoma early region sequences, either cDNAs encoding small, middle or large T antigen or the wild-type sequence coding all three proteins. The recombinants maintained the SV40...
Reovirus is a gastroenteric virus with a genome that consists of ten segments of double-stranded RNA. The segmented nature of the genome allows for genetic mixing when cells are simultaneously infected with two different viral serotypes. The ability of viral reassortment to take place in...
The de novo integration of retroviral genomes within the mammalian genome is believed to contribute to the tumorigenic process. Integration may result in the disruption or inappropriate transcription of key regulatory genes. We describe the application of an arbitrarily primed PCR method for the...
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