A full-length and replication-competent proviral clone of SIVAGM from tantalus monkeys.

@article{Soares1997AFA,
  title={A full-length and replication-competent proviral clone of SIVAGM from tantalus monkeys.},
  author={Marcelo Alves Soares and David L. Robertson and Huxiong Hui and Jonathan S. Allan and George M. Shaw and Beatrice H. Hahn},
  journal={Virology},
  year={1997},
  volume={228 2},
  pages={394-9}
}
African green monkeys (AGM) are classified into four distinct species (commonly termed vervet, grivet, sabaeus, and tantalus monkeys), all of which are known to be infected with simian immunodeficiency virus (SIVAGM) in the wild. Sequence analysis of partial gag and env regions has indicated that each of the four species harbors a phylogenetically distinct SIVAGM subtype. This species-specific diversity suggests that African green monkeys have been infected with SIVAGM for an extended period of… CONTINUE READING

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