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A physical map for a plaque-purified isolate of a baculovirus which infects Hübner (velvetbean caterpillar), was constructed. By applying multiple-enzyme digestion and DNA–DNA hybridization techniques to the viral DNA restriction fragments, a total of 51 restriction sites were mapped. This baculovirus was found to possess a 133 kb circular dsDNA genome typical of members of baculovirus subgroup A.

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