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SUMMARY

The late region of bovine papillomavirus type 2 (BPV-2) DNA has been identified. The complete nucleotide sequence of the region was determined and revealed two large open reading frames. The DNA sequence results and the predicted amino acid sequence of putative polypeptides encoded by this region are presented. Comparative analysis of the BPV-2 late region and the corresponding area of BPV-1 was performed. This study demonstrates that identical genetic organization and considerable nucleotide sequence conservation exists between these two serotypes.

Keyword(s): BPV-2 , DNA sequence and late region
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