Evidence of Recombination among Enteroviruses

@article{Santti1999EvidenceOR,
  title={Evidence of Recombination among Enteroviruses},
  author={J. Santti and T. Hyypiä and L. Kinnunen and M. Salminen},
  journal={Journal of Virology},
  year={1999},
  volume={73},
  pages={8741 - 8749}
}
ABSTRACT Human enteroviruses consist of more than 60 serotypes, reflecting a wide range of evolutionary divergence. They have been genetically classified into four clusters on the basis of sequence homology in the coding region of the single-stranded RNA genome. To explore further the genetic relationships between human enteroviruses and to characterize the evolutionary mechanisms responsible for variation, previously sequenced genomes were subjected to detailed comparison. Bootstrap and… Expand
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