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Abstract

Eight bovine papillomavirus (BPV) types, BPV-1–8, have been classified, based on genome nucleotide sequence similarities, in the genera (BPV-1 and -2), (BPV-5 and -8), (BPV-3, -4 and -6) and an unassigned genus (BPV-7). We report here the complete genome sequence of two new BPV types isolated from separate epithelial squamous papilloma lesions on cattle teats. The genomes are 7303 and 7399 bp in length, respectively, and both have genetic organization and consensus motifs typical of papillomaviruses. A neighbour-joining phylogenetic tree revealed that both viruses cluster with BPV-3, -4 and -6. Nucleotide sequence identities of the BPV L1 major capsid protein of these two new BPVs with BPV-3, their closest relative, are 74.2 and 71.2 %, respectively. These results suggest that both viruses are new BPV types in the genus , and they are designated BPV-9 and BPV-10.

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Primers used for nucleotide sequence analysis of BPV genomes.

Similarities of the complete L1 nucleotide sequences of BPV-9, BPV-10 and the other BPV types.

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