Molecular characterization and expression analysis of rockfish (Sebastes schlegelii) viperin, and its ability to enervate RNA virus transcription and replication in vitro.

@article{Shanaka2019MolecularCA,
  title={Molecular characterization and expression analysis of rockfish (Sebastes schlegelii) viperin, and its ability to enervate RNA virus transcription and replication in vitro.},
  author={K. A. S. N. Shanaka and M D Neranjan Tharuka and Thanthrige Thiunuwan Priyathilaka and Jehee Lee},
  journal={Fish \& shellfish immunology},
  year={2019}
}
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