the capsid protein of vesicular exanthema of swine virus serotype a48: relationship to the capsid protein of other animal caliciviruses.vesicular exanthema of swine virus (vesv), the prototype calicivirus, is the etiologic agent of the porcine disease vesicular exanthema of swine (ves). ves is characterized by vesicle formation on the extremities, mouth and snout and causes abortions and stillbirths if infection occurs during pregnancy. vesv is considered an exotic agent in the us, following its eradication in 1956. the single capsid protein gene of vesv serotype a48 was cloned and sequenced. the capsid amino acid sequence was 6 ...19989660070
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