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Disease relevance of Leviviridae

  • These characteristics, in conjunction with particle morphology and resistance to chloroform and diethyl ether, suggest that phage C-1 belongs to the Leviviridae group of phages [1].

High impact information on Leviviridae

  • The sequence motifs for polymerization activities of reverse transcriptase and telomerase seem to be the intermediate between family A DNA polymerase and some RNA dependent RNA polymerases, e.g., from Leviviridae [2].


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