Use of microarrays to assess viral diversity: from genotype to phenotype.

@article{Allen2007UseOM,
  title={Use of microarrays to assess viral diversity: from genotype to phenotype.},
  author={Michael J Allen and Joaquin Martinez-Martinez and Declan C. Schroeder and Paul J. Somerfield and William H. Wilson},
  journal={Environmental microbiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={9 4},
  pages={971-82}
}
The diversity among the coccolithovirus strains held in the Plymouth Virus Collection (PVC) was assessed using three complementary techniques: phylogeny based on DNA polymerase and major capsid protein gene sequence; host range; and a new, microarray-based genome-wide approach. The PVC is composed of three groups of strains that are geographically and temporally distinct. Virus strains clustered according to these groups in all three diversity assessments. Furthermore, the microarray approach… CONTINUE READING

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