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Molecular characterization of the non-haemadsorbing African swine fever virus isolate (ASFV/NH/P68)



Molecular characterization of the non-haemadsorbing African swine fever virus isolate (ASFV/NH/P68)



Revista Portuguesa de Ciencias Veterinarias 90(515): 120-130



The viral genome was cloned in the plasmid vector pUCBM21. The authors characterized 24 recombinant clones containing EcoR1 fragments with molecular weights between 1.8 and 9.4 Kbp. 22 of the clones contained single fragments and 2 had double fragments. Taking into account only the clones characterized as having different sequences, 73.45 Kbp (corresponding to 42.2% of the total genome) have been cloned.

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