Pleolipoviridae

References: Pleolipoviridae


References: Pleolipoviridae

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Pietilä, M. K., Atanasova, N. S., Manole, V., Liljeroos, L., Butcher, S. J., Oksanen, H. M. & Bamford, D. H. (2012). Virion architecture unifies globally distributed pleolipoviruses infecting halophilic archaea. J Virol 86, 5067-5079. [PubMed]

Pietilä, M. K., Laurinavičius, S., Sund, J., Roine, E. & Bamford, D. H. (2010). The single-stranded DNA genome of novel archaeal virus Halorubrum pleomorphic virus 1 is enclosed in the envelope decorated with glycoprotein spikes. J Virol 84, 788-798. [PubMed]

Pietilä, M. K., Roine, E., Paulin, L., Kalkkinen, N. & Bamford, D. H. (2009). An ssDNA virus infecting archaea: a new lineage of viruses with a membrane envelope. Mol Microbiol 72, 307-319. [PubMed]

Pietilä, M. K., Roine, E., Senčilo, A., Bamford, D. H. & Oksanen, H. M. (2016). Pleolipoviridae, a newly proposed family comprising archaeal pleomorphic viruses with single-stranded or double-stranded DNA genomes. Arch Virol 161, 249-256. [PubMed]

Roine, E., Kukkaro, P., Paulin, L., Laurinavičius, S., Domanska, A., Somerharju, P. & Bamford, D. H. (2010). New, closely related haloarchaeal viral elements with different nucleic Acid types. J Virol 84, 3682-3689. [PubMed]

Senčilo, A., Paulin, L., Kellner, S., Helm, M. & Roine, E. (2012). Related haloarchaeal pleomorphic viruses contain different genome types. Nucleic Acids Res 40, 5523-5534. [PubMed]

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