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SUMMARY

Restriction sites on the nuclear polyhedrosis virus (HzSNPV) genome were mapped for the endonucleases HI, RI, dIII, I, I and I. I-F was used as the zero-point of the physical map because it hybridized to the dIII-V fragment which codes for the 3′ end of the polyhedrin gene of the nuclear polyhedrosis virus (AcMNPV). The DNA homology between eight AcMNPV cloned fragments and HzSNPV DNA was mapped using Southern hybridization and the locations of HzSNPV DNA sequences sharing homology with AcMNPV gene sequences are discussed.

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