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Abstract

Normal and rearranged RNA segments 10 of group A rotaviruses isolated from a chronically infected immunodeficient child were amplified by the polymerase chain reaction as full-length cDNA copies, and were subsequently cloned and sequenced. Compared with the nucleotide sequence of the normal RNA segment 10, the rearranged form contains a partial non-coding duplication at its 3′ end and several point mutations. The normal RNA segment 10 was similar to that of bovine rotavirus.

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