Analysis of the UL36 open reading frame encoding the large tegument protein (ICP1/2) of herpes simplex virus type 1.

Using peptide antisera specific for regions within the N terminus and C terminus of the predicted UL36 gene product, immunoblotting experiments were performed to demonstrate definitively that ICP1/2 is encoded by the UL36 gene. These data also suggest that both the cell- and the virion-associated forms of ICP1/2 are colinear with the complete predicted… (More)

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