The equine herpesvirus-1 IR3 gene that lies antisense to the sole immediate-early (IE) gene is trans-activated by the IE protein, and is poorly expressed to a protein.

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@article{Ahn2007TheEH, title={The equine herpesvirus-1 IR3 gene that lies antisense to the sole immediate-early (IE) gene is trans-activated by the IE protein, and is poorly expressed to a protein.}, author={Byung Chul Ahn and Jonathan E Breitenbach and Seong Kee Kim and D J O'callaghan}, journal={Virology}, year={2007}, volume={363 1}, pages={15-25} }