Genomic Sequence of Canine Papillomavirus 19

Published on Dec 29, 2016in Genome Announcements
· DOI :10.1128/GENOMEA.01380-16
Michael J. Tisza7
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Hang Yuan19
Estimated H-index: 19
(Georgetown University)
+ 1 AuthorsChristopher B. Buck52
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ABSTRACT It is generally assumed that individual papillomas (warts) are caused by infection with individual papillomavirus types. Deep sequencing of virions extracted from a canine oral papilloma revealed the presence of canine papillomavirus 1 (CPV1), CPV2, and a novel canine papillomavirus, CPV19. This suggests that papillomas sometimes harbor multiple viral species.
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