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Identity between infectious pancreatic necrosis virus VR-299 and a Chilean isolate.
Nucleic acid and protein electrophoretic analyses of the Chilean isolate of infectious pancreatic necrosis virus showed that genomic RNA, as well as the major proteins, were indistinguishable from
Detection and phylogenetic analysis of infectious pancreatic necrosis virus in Chile.
This is the most extensive study completed for IPNV in Chile, covering isolates from sea- and freshwater salmon farms and showing a high prevalence of this virus in the country.
Detection and quantification of Chilean strains of infectious pancreatic necrosis virus by real-time RT-PCR assays using segment B as a target
A real-time RT-PCR (reverse transcription) technique, using primers designed to recognize segment B of the IPNV virus, was presented, and was able to detect the virus from distant Aquabirnavirus genogroups.
Temporal and subcellular localization of infectious pancreatic necrosis virus structural proteins
It is suggested that VP2 is glycosylated freely in the cytoplasm of infectious pancreatic necrosis virus.
Relationship between apoptosis and the BH2 domain sequence of the VP5 peptide of infectious pancreatic necrosis virus
Los resultados mostraron that las diferencias en the secuencia of BH2 de la proteina VP5, the infectividad and in the securidad oficial de IPNV no estan asociadas with the modulacion of apoptosis.