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SUMMARY

The physical map of the genome (209 kbp) of insect iridescent virus type 6, also known as Chilo iridescent virus (CIV), which is circularly permuted and terminally redundant, was constructed for the restriction enzymes I, 718, II and I using a gene library of viral DN A containing the complete viral genome. Although the CIV genome is linear, it was found that the restriction maps were circular, because of the unique structure of the genome of this virus.

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