Zhu Wu-yang

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As a Sindbis-like virus (SINLV), XJ-160 virus was isolated from a pooled sample of Anopheles mosquitoes collected in Xinjiang, China, in 1990. Recombinant plasmid pBR-XJ160 is an infectious full-length cDNA clone of XJ-160 virus, from which rescued virus BR-XJ160 can be obtained by transcription in vitro and transfection. The BR-XJ160 virus raised in BHK-21(More)
A previous investigation showed that MX10 virus, recently isolated in China, belongs to the Oriental-Australian (O/A) genotype of Sindbis virus (SINV) (Wang Jinglin, 2011, ATMH). Similar to the MRE16 isolate, the prototype O/A genotype of SINV, two derivate viruses with obviously different plaque morphologies were derived from MX10 virus, which were(More)
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