2003
DOI: 10.1023/a:1024403431373 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Fiji disease fijivirus (FDV) genomic segments 1 (S1) and 3 (S3) were completely sequenced. FDV S1 comprised 4,532 nt and was predicted to encode a 170.6 kDa protein. FDV S3 comprised 3,623 nt and was predicted to encode a 135.5 kDa protein. The terminal sequences of S1 and S3 were 5' AAGUUUUU......CAGCUAGCGUC 3' and 5' AAGUUUUU......CAGCAGAUGUC 3', respectively, and located immediately adjacent to these sequences were 12 bp imperfect inverted repeats. The predicted translation product of FDV S1 showed highest … Show more

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“…2). These groupings showed that FDV was most closely related to the group 2 fijiviruses, which includes RBSDV, MRCV and MRDV, as previously reported [15,16] and remains consistent with the current reovirus classification scheme that is based on physico-chemical and biological properties [2]. …”
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“…2). These groupings showed that FDV was most closely related to the group 2 fijiviruses, which includes RBSDV, MRCV and MRDV, as previously reported [15,16] and remains consistent with the current reovirus classification scheme that is based on physico-chemical and biological properties [2]. …”
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“…The complete sequence of seven FDV genome segments, S1, S3, S5, S6 and S8-S10 have been published [14][15][16]. This paper reports the molecular characterisation and possible gene functions of the remaining three FDV segments (S2, S4 and S7), and discusses the possible relationship of FDV to other reoviruses.…”
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