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Disease relevance of Caliciviridae


High impact information on Caliciviridae

  • These results provide the first experimental characterization of a 2C-like ATPase activity in a member of the Caliciviridae [5].
  • Phylogenetic studies based on partial RNA polymerase sequences indicate that within the Caliciviridae JV is most closely related to the group 1 NLVs [6].
  • The single major structural protein of PEC, the morphological appearance and size of the virus, and its average density of 1.37 gm/cm3 in cesium chloride are consistent with properties of other members of the family Caliciviridae [7].


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