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The DNA of simian adenovirus SA7P was cloned in pBR322. The nucleotide sequences of the leftmost 2238 bp and the rightmost 188 bp of the viral genome were determined. SA7P DNA has an inverted terminal repeat of 183 bp. The sequence at the left terminus exhibits extensive homology with that of the E1 regions of human adenovirus 5, 7 and 12 DNAs. Based on this homology, the RNA coordinates and coding regions could be deduced. The sequenced SA7P DNA contains the entire E1A and part of the E1B region.

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