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Completion of the DNA sequence of mouse adenovirus type 1: sequence of E2B, L1, and L2 (18-51 map units)

Virus Research

Oct 23, 1997

J D MeissnerK R Spindler

PMID: 9381795

Abstract

The DNA sequence of 9991 nt, corresponding to 18-51 map units of mouse adenovirus type 1 (MAV-1), was determined, completing the sequence of the Larsen strain of MAV-1. The length of the complete MAV-1 genome is 30,946 nucleotides, consistent with previous experimental estimates. The 18...read more

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Larsen Syndrome
Influenza Virus Core Proteins
Viral Proteins
DNA, Viral
Capsid
Mastadenovirus
Glycine
Glycine (Plant)
Porcine adenovirus
Penton base protein, adenovirus
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Completion of the DNA sequence of mouse adenovirus type 1: sequence of E2B, L1, and L2 (18-51 map units)

Virus Research

Oct 23, 1997

J D MeissnerK R Spindler

PMID: 9381795

DOI:

Abstract

The DNA sequence of 9991 nt, corresponding to 18-51 map units of mouse adenovirus type 1 (MAV-1), was determined, completing the sequence of the Larsen strain of MAV-1. The length of the complete MAV-1 genome is 30,946 nucleotides, consistent with previous experimental estimates. The 18...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Larsen Syndrome
Influenza Virus Core Proteins
Viral Proteins
DNA, Viral
Capsid
Mastadenovirus
Glycine
Glycine (Plant)
Porcine adenovirus
Penton base protein, adenovirus

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Integrins are transmembrane receptors that facilitate cell-extracellular matrix (ECM) adhesion. Upon ligand binding, integrins activate signal transduction pathways that mediate cellular signals such as regulation of the cell cycle, organization of the intracellular cytoskeleton, and movement of new receptors to the cell membrane. Discover the latest research on integrin signalling here.

Oncoviral Profiles

Viral infections have been found to be responsible for causing some cancer types in humans. The collection of the viral genome gathered from cancer genome sequencing data can help identify the origin of the cancer. Here is the latest research on oncoviral profiles.

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