Extensive sequence variation in the attachment (G) protein gene of avian pneumovirus: evidence for two distinct subgroups.

@article{Juhsz1994ExtensiveSV,
  title={Extensive sequence variation in the attachment (G) protein gene of avian pneumovirus: evidence for two distinct subgroups.},
  author={Katalin Juh{\'a}sz and Andrew J Easton},
  journal={The Journal of general virology},
  year={1994},
  volume={75 ( Pt 11)},
  pages={2873-80}
}
The putative attachment protein of the avian pneumovirus that causes turkey rhinotracheitis is, by analogy with mammalian pneumoviruses, expected to be the major antigenic determinant. We report the nucleotide sequence of the attachment (G) protein genes of five different continental European isolates and compare them with the previously published sequence of the G gene for the focal variant of a U.K. isolate. The nucleotide sequences and the predicted amino acid sequences indicate that there… CONTINUE READING

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