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Abstract

Partial sequences of a novel papillomavirus were amplified from a cutaneous lesion biopsy of a raccoon (), by using PCR with degenerate papillomavirus-specific primers. The papillomavirus type 1 (PlPV-1) DNA was amplified with long template PCR in two overlapping fragments, together encompassing the entire genome, and the complete PlPV-1 genomic sequence was determined. The PlPV-1 genome consists of 8170 bp, and contains the typical papillomaviral open reading frames, encoding five early proteins and two late capsid proteins. Besides the classical non-coding region (NCR1) between the end of L1 and the start of E6, PlPV-1 contains an additional non-coding region (NCR2) of 1065 bp between the early and late protein region, which has previously also been described for the canine oral papillomavirus (COPV) and the papillomavirus (FdPV-1). Phylogenetic analysis places PlPV-1 together with COPV and FdPV-1 in a monophyletic branch which encompasses the Lambda papillomavirus genus.

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