The complete genome sequence of Perina nuda picorna-like virus, an insect-infecting RNA virus with a genome organization similar to that of the mammalian picornaviruses.

@article{Wu2002TheCG,
  title={The complete genome sequence of Perina nuda picorna-like virus, an insect-infecting RNA virus with a genome organization similar to that of the mammalian picornaviruses.},
  author={Chih-Yu Wu and Chukwu Lo and Chang-jen Huang and Hon‐Tsen Yu and Chung-Hsiung Wang},
  journal={Virology},
  year={2002},
  volume={294 2},
  pages={
          312-23
        }
}
Perina nuda picorna-like virus (PnPV) is an insect-infecting RNA virus with morphological and physicochemical characters similar to the Picornaviridae. In this article, we determine the complete genome sequence and analyze the gene organization of PnPV. The genome of PnPV consists of 9476 nucleotides (nts) excluding the poly(A) tail and contains a single large open reading frame (ORF) of 8958 nts (2986 codons) flanked by 473 and 45 nt noncoding regions on the 5' and 3' ends, respectively… 

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