Analysis of recombinant DNA clones of the endogenous BALB/c murine leukemia virus WN1802N: variation in long terminal repeat length.

@article{Boone1983AnalysisOR,
  title={Analysis of recombinant DNA clones of the endogenous BALB/c murine leukemia virus WN1802N: variation in long terminal repeat length.},
  author={Lawrence R. Boone and F E Myer and Duanling Yang and J O Kiggans and Chwee K Koh and Raymond W. Tennant and Wen K. Yang},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={1983},
  volume={45 1},
  pages={484-8}
}
We analyzed 15 recombinant DNA clones of the unintegrated closed circular DNA intermediate of the BALB/c endogenous ecotropic murine leukemia virus WN1802N. Thirteen of these clones had an insert which corresponded to the complete murine leukemia virus genome. Of these, six contained a single long terminal repeat (LTR) and seven contained two LTRs. The viral genomes in nine clones had an LTR of 520 base pairs (bp), one had an LTR of 570 bp, three had an LTR of 600 bp, and one had an LTR of 670… CONTINUE READING

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