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Abstract

A restriction fragment library which covered the entire genome of nuclear polyhedrosis virus (BmNPV) was constructed using plasmid vectors. By analysis of cloned and viral DNA by double digestion with endonucleases and by hybridization techniques, a complete physical map of BmNPV was constructed for HI, RI, dIII, I, I and I. Five regions of repeated sequences containing RI sites were also found and mapped.

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