Herpes simplex virus 1 reiterated S component sequences (c1) situated between the a sequence and alpha 4 gene are not essential for virus replication.

Abstract

The herpes simplex virus 1 genome consists of two components, L and S, each containing unique sequences flanked by inverted repeats. Each of the 6.5-kilobase pair inverted repeats of the S component, designated a'c' and ca, contains an approximately 700-base pair sequence (designated c1) located between the a sequence and the 3' terminus of the alpha 4 gene… (More)

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