Genomics and transcriptomics of White spot syndrome virus

@inproceedings{Marks2005GenomicsAT,
  title={Genomics and transcriptomics of White spot syndrome virus},
  author={Hendrik Marks},
  year={2005}
}
White spot syndrome virus (WSSV), member of a new virus family called Nimaviridae, is a major scourge in worldwide shrimp cultivation. Geographical isolates of WSSV identified so far are very similar in morphology and proteome, and show little difference in restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) pattern. We have mapped the genomic differences between three completely sequenced WSSV isolates, originating from Thailand (WSSV-TH), China (WSSV-CN) and Taiwan (WSSV-TW). Alignment of the… CONTINUE READING

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