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Some biological and physico-chemical properties of porcine circovirus.
Some important biological and physico-chemical characteristics of porcine circovirus are reported. These include a study on the host distribution in nature, levels of colostrum-derived antibodies in
Nucleotide sequence analysis of a novel circovirus of canaries and its relationship to other members of the genus Circovirus of the family Circoviridae.
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Phylogenetic analysis of both the capsid and Rep protein-coding regions provided further evidence that CaCV is more closely related to CoCV and BFDV and more distantly related to GCV, PCV1 and PCV2.
Transcriptional analysis and genome expression of chicken anaemia virus.
Strand-specific riboprobes representative of either strand of the chicken anaemia virus (CAV) replicative form (RF) DNA indicated that only one strand of the RF was transcribed to produce a major 2.0
Identification of a 24 kDa protein expressed by chicken anaemia virus.
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The 13 kDa and 24 kDa proteins appear to be early antigens produced by CAV during infection, in contrast to antisera raised against the 52 kDa capsid protein which is detectable by immunofluorescence only after 24 h.
Paraffin-embedded tissue as a source of RNA for gene expression analysis in oral malignancy.
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RNA suitable for reverse transcribed (RT)-PCR was extracted from archival oral mucosal tissue, which should permit rapid sequence analysis of transcribed tumor suppressor genes and oncogenes in this material.
Formation of Infectious Pancreatic Necrosis Virus–like Particles Following Expression of Segment A by Recombinant Semliki Forest Virus
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Immunofluorescence studies with conformation-dependent monoclonal antibodies to IPNV confirmed that the recombinant proteins produced after infection of the salmonid cell line CHSE-214 with such rSFV retain their antigenicity.
Expression of the apoptosis-suppressing gene BCL-2 in pheochromocytoma is associated with the expression of C-MYC.
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The results suggest that deregulation of programmed cell death may be a critical component in the multistep tumorigenesis of human pheochromocytoma and the genetic complementation of simultaneously deregulated Bcl-2 and c-myc may be implicated in this process.
Cell Culture Evaluation of the Semliki Forest Virus Expression System As a Novel Approach for Antigen Delivery and Expression in Fish
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The ability of SFV expression systems to function in fish cells was further investigated by analyzing the expression of the protective VP2 antigen of infectious pancreatic necrosis virus from the various constructs, including a novel DNA-based SFV plasmid.
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