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Molecular-biological study of vaccinia virus genome. II. Localization and nucleotide sequence of vaccinia virus genes coding for proteins 36K and 12K



Molecular-biological study of vaccinia virus genome. II. Localization and nucleotide sequence of vaccinia virus genes coding for proteins 36K and 12K



Molekuliarnaia Biologiia 24(4): 968-976



Genes encoding virus-specific late proteins with molecular mass 36 kDa and 12 kDa were mapped in HindIII-P DNA fragment of vaccinia virus strain L-IVP by hybrid selection of RNA to cloned DNA fragments followed by in vitro translation. RNA origin site of the 36K protein was detected in HindIII-J fragment. Nucleotide sequences of these genes were determined. Amino acid sequences of the 36K and 12K polypeptides were compared with the protein bank PIR.

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