An oligopurine sequence bias occurs in eukaryotic viruses.


Twenty four DNA and RNA viral nucleotide sequences, comprising over 346 kilobases, have been analyzed for the occurrence of strings of contiguous purine or pyrimidine residues. On average strings greater than or equal to 10 contiguous purines or pyrimidines are found three and a half times more frequently than would be expected for a random distribution of… (More)


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