The complete nucleotide sequence, genome organization, and origin of human adenovirus type 11.

@article{Stone2003TheCN,
  title={The complete nucleotide sequence, genome organization, and origin of human adenovirus type 11.},
  author={Daniel Toby Stone and Anne Furthmann and Volker Sandig and Andr{\'e} Lieber},
  journal={Virology},
  year={2003},
  volume={309 1},
  pages={
          152-65
        }
}
The complete DNA sequence and transcription map of human adenovirus type 11 are reported here. This is the first published sequence for a subgenera B human adenovirus and demonstrates a genome organization highly similar to those of other human adenoviruses. All of the genes from the early, intermediate, and late regions are present in the expected locations of the genome for a human adenovirus. The genome size is 34,794 bp in length and has a GC content of 48.9%. Sequence alignment with… CONTINUE READING
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