The nucleotide sequences of intergenic regions between nine genes of pneumonia virus of mice establish the physical order of these genes in the viral genome.

@article{Chambers1991TheNS,
  title={The nucleotide sequences of intergenic regions between nine genes of pneumonia virus of mice establish the physical order of these genes in the viral genome.},
  author={Phil Chambers and David A. Matthews and Craig R. Pringle and Andrew J Easton},
  journal={Virus research},
  year={1991},
  volume={18 2-3},
  pages={263-70}
}
We have cloned eight intergenic regions from the Pneumovirus pneumonia virus of mice that link the nine small and medium sized genes previously described (Chambers et al., 1990). The nucleotide sequences of the clones confirm the locations of these genes and their mRNA transcripts in the viral genome. The intergenic regions vary in size from 2-56 nucleotides and show only faint homology to each other or to their analogues in respiratory syncytial virus. Sequence alignments suggest that the… CONTINUE READING