A genomic map of infectious laryngotracheitis virus and the sequence and organization of genes present in the unique short and flanking regions

@article{Wild1996AGM,
  title={A genomic map of infectious laryngotracheitis virus and the sequence and organization of genes present in the unique short and flanking regions},
  author={Martha A. Wild and Stephanie Cook and Mark D Cochran},
  journal={Virus Genes},
  year={1996},
  volume={12},
  pages={107-116}
}
We present a genomic map of infectious laryngotracheitis virus (ILT) and an 18,912 bp sequence containing the entire unique short region and a portion of the flanking short repeats. In determining the genomic map, an 856 bp region repeated as many as 13 times was identified within the short repeats. The unique short sequence contains nine potential open reading frames (ORFs). Six of these ORFs show homology to other known herpesvirus unique short genes. Using the herpes simplex virus… CONTINUE READING

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