A recombinant goatpox virus was constructed in which an enhanced green fluorescent protein gene was inserted under the control of the 11K late promoter, a guanine phosphoribosyltransferase gene was inserted under the control of the 7.5K early/late promoter, and exogenous genes were inserted into an intergenic region between loci gp_24 and gp_24.5 of the recombinant genome. Analysis of protein expression showed that LT cells infected with only the recombinant virus produced specific fluorescence. A comparative growth assay demonstrated the stability of the recombinant virus at the replication level. These results suggest that the intergenic region is not essential for replication of goatpox virus.
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 1, 2010
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