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Analyses of the genomes of bluetongue viruses recovered in the usa 1. oligo nucleotide fingerprint studies that indicate the existence of naturally occurring reassortant bluetongue virus isolates



Analyses of the genomes of bluetongue viruses recovered in the usa 1. oligo nucleotide fingerprint studies that indicate the existence of naturally occurring reassortant bluetongue virus isolates



Virology 114(1): 210-217



The 10 double-stranded RNA segments of the original USA isolates of 2 serotypes of bluetongue virus (BTV-10 and BTV-11) and another BTV-11 isolate obtained in 1973 from Idaho were compared by oligonucleotide fingerprinting. These viruses represent naturally occurring reassortant viruses.

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