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Further studies on the genome of Ceratitis capitata I virus (Reoviridae)



Further studies on the genome of Ceratitis capitata I virus (Reoviridae)



Annales de Virologie, E 133: 489-492



In studies in France, polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis of virions of Ceratitis I virus (which was discovered in a laboratory population of C. capitata (Wied.)) treated with proteinase K and Sarkosyl resolved the genome into 10 RNA segments, 2 of which were found to co-migrate. Normal amounts of segment S1 were present, but this segment was missing when extracted RNA was analysed.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0769-2617(82)80076-2


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