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Sequence Analysis of the Foot and Mouth Disease Virus Type O / IRN / 2007 VP 1 Gene from Iranian isolate ( foot and mouth disease virus / nucleotide sequence / VP 1 gene / alignment / phylogenetic tree )

@inproceedings{Soleimanjahi2013SequenceAO,
  title={Sequence Analysis of the Foot and Mouth Disease Virus Type O / IRN / 2007 VP 1 Gene from Iranian isolate ( foot and mouth disease virus / nucleotide sequence / VP 1 gene / alignment / phylogenetic tree )},
  author={Hoorieh Soleimanjahi and Farahnaz Motamedi Sedeh and Amir Reza Jalilian and Homayoon Mahravani},
  year={2013}
}
Abbreviations: CPE – cytopathic effect, FCS – foetal calf serum, FMD – foot and mouth disease, FMDV – foot and mouth disease virus, NCBI – National Center for Biotechnology Information, VNT – virus neutralization tests. Abstract. The foot and mouth disease virus (FMDV) causes a vesicular and contagious disease of clovenhoofed animals. In this study, the virus was isolated from vesicles of the infected cattle using cell culture and serotyped by ELISA test. The extracted RNA from the infected… 

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