Sequence variability and evolution of the terminal overlapping VP5 gene of the infectious bursal disease virus

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The infectious bursal disease virus (IBDV; Birnaviridae family) constitutes one of the main threats to the poultry industry worldwide. Most of the progress in the molecular epidemiology of this virus has been achieved through the study of the coding region of the capsid protein VP2. Little research has been done regarding the molecular evolution and the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11262-010-0485-4

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@article{Hernandez2010SequenceVA, title={Sequence variability and evolution of the terminal overlapping VP5 gene of the infectious bursal disease virus}, author={Martin Hernandez and Pedro Julio Villegas and Diego Hernandez and Alejandro Banda and Leticia Maya and Valeria Romero and Gonzalo Tom{\'a}s and Rub{\'e}n P{\'e}rez}, journal={Virus Genes}, year={2010}, volume={41}, pages={59-66} }