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1 Analysis of the intergenic region of tomato spotted wilt Tospovirus medium RNA segment Bhat, A.I.
1999
61 2 p. 161-170
10 p.
article
2 A new Clethrionomys-derived hantavirus from Germany: evidence for distinct genetic sublineages of Puumala viruses in Western Europe Heiske, Andreas
1999
61 2 p. 101-112
12 p.
article
3 A persistent variant of influenza C virus fails to interact with actin filaments during viral assembly Hechtfischer, Anne
1999
61 2 p. 113-124
12 p.
article
4 Book review 1999
61 2 p. 185-187
3 p.
article
5 Bovine papillomaviral gene expression in equine sarcoid tumours Nasir, L.
1999
61 2 p. 171-175
5 p.
article
6 Characterization of the immunodominant cross-reacting epitope of visna maedi virus and caprine arthritis-encephalitis virus capsid antigen Rosati, S.
1999
61 2 p. 177-183
7 p.
article
7 Conversion of US3-encoded protein kinase gene from pseudorabies virus in a diploid gene located within inverted repeats by genetic recombination between the viral genome isomers Fernández, A
1999
61 2 p. 125-135
11 p.
article
8 Index 1999
61 2 p. 189-190
2 p.
article
9 Index 1999
61 2 p. 191-
1 p.
article
10 Sequence comparison of the L2 and S10 genes of bluetongue viruses from the United States and the People’s Republic of China Bonneau, Kyle R.
1999
61 2 p. 153-160
8 p.
article
11 Sequence comparisons of medium RNA segment among 15 California serogroup viruses Campbell, Wayne P.
1999
61 2 p. 137-144
8 p.
article
12 The S gene of canine coronavirus, strain UCD-1, is more closely related to the S gene of transmissible gastroenteritis virus than to that of feline infectious peritonitis virus 1 Disclaimer: No endorsements are herein implied. Brand names are necessary to report factually on available data; however, the USDA neither guarantees nor warrants the standards of the products, and the use of the names by the USDA implies no approval of the products to the exclusion of others that may also be suitable. 1 Wesley, Ronald D
1999
61 2 p. 145-152
8 p.
article
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