Complete genome sequence of a novel calicivirus from a goose

@article{Liao2014CompleteGS,
  title={Complete genome sequence of a novel calicivirus from a goose},
  author={Qinfeng Liao and Xiaoyang Wang and Dan Wang and Dabing Zhang},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2014},
  volume={159},
  pages={2529-2531}
}
A novel goose calicivirus (GoCV) was sequenced. The 8013-nt-long genome was organized into two open reading frames that were in the same frame and separated by 3 nucleotides. This feature is similar to what has been observed in turkey calicivirus (TuCV). Comparison of GoCV with other caliciviruses showed that it shared the highest amino acid sequence identities of 62, 38, and 52 % in the nonstructural protein, VP1, and VP2, respectively, with TuCV. Phylogenetic analysis based on the amino acid… 
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