Bovine herpesvirus subtype 1.2b (BoHV-1.2b) is associated primarily with bovine infectious pustular vulvovaginitis. We report here the complete genomic sequence of four BoHV-1.2b isolates. The DNA sequence identity of the four genomes is 98.9 %. Differences were primarily in regions containing direct repeats, specifically gene UL36 and the terminal repeat regions immediately flanking gene BICP22. BoHV-1.2b and BoHV-1.1 genomes are similar in size (~135 kb), completely orthologous with respect to regional structure and gene location, and have a 97.5 % DNA sequence homology. The most notable difference is the structure of the DNA replication origin of the two viruses.
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 27, 2016
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