Complete Genome Sequence of a New Megavirus Family Member Isolated from an Inland Water Lake for the First Time in India

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Anirvan ChatterjeeKiran Kondabagil

Abstract

We report here the isolation and complete genome sequencing of a large double-stranded DNA virus, Powai Lake megavirus, for the first time from India. The isolation of a large DNA virus with genome size >1 Mb from India further attests to the prevalence of Giant viruses in different environmental niches.

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CD79A protein, human
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