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Complex structure of the nuclear translocation signal of influenza virus polymerase PA subunit.
The protein regions involved in the nuclear translocation of the influenza virus PA polymerase subunit have been identified by deletion analysis of the protein expressed from a recombinant simianExpand
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Horizontal Transmissible Protection against Myxomatosis and Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease by Using a Recombinant Myxoma Virus
ABSTRACT We have developed a new strategy for immunization of wild rabbit populations against myxomatosis and rabbit hemorrhagic disease (RHD) that uses recombinant viruses based on a naturallyExpand
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Nuclear transport of influenza virus polymerase PA protein.
The subcellular distribution of influenza polymerase PA subunit has been studied using a SV40-recombinant virus (SVPA76), which allows the expression and accumulation of this protein in COS-1 cells.Expand
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Isolation of an attenuated myxoma virus field strain that can confer protection against myxomatosis on contacts of vaccinates
Summary. Twenty MV strains obtained from a survey of field strains currently circulating throughout Spain were analyzed for their virulence and horizontal spreading among rabbits by contactExpand
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Recombinant swinepox virus expressing beta-galactosidase: investigation of viral host range and gene expression levels in cell culture.
Swinepox virus (SPV) has been proposed as a potential vector for generating recombinant vaccines for swine. However, little is known about important aspects of SPV biology, such as the functionalityExpand
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The three subunits of the polymerase and the nucleoprotein of influenza B virus are the minimum set of viral proteins required for expression of a model RNA template.
The genes encoding the nucleoprotein, PB1, PB2, and PA proteins of the influenza virus strain B/Panamá/45/90 have been cloned under control of the T7 RNA polymerase promoter of plasmid pGEM-3.Expand
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The effect of shrimp shell waste on ruminal bacteria and performance of lambs
Abstract This study has focused on the response of lambs and its ruminal bacteria to diets with 0, 15 or 25% of shrimp shell waste (SSW). Fifteen lambs (Suffolk×Corriedale; average BW, 21.74 kg) wereExpand
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Monoclonal antibodies against influenza virus PB2 and NP polypeptides interfere with the initiation step of viral mRNA synthesis in vitro.
Two panels of monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) specific for the influenza A virus PA and PB2 polypeptides have been obtained from mice immunized with denatured proteins produced in Escherichia coli. AllExpand
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Chimeric calicivirus-like particles elicit specific immune responses in pigs
Abstract Virus-like particles (VLPs) have received considerable attention due to their potential application in veterinary vaccines and, in particular, VLPs from rabbit haemorrhagic diseaseExpand
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