Stable secondary structures at the 3'-end of the genome of yellow fever virus (17 D vaccine strain)

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The sequence of the 3'-terminal 565 nucleotides of yellow fever virus has been determined from a cloned cDNA. Several structures are detectable: three tandemly repeated sequences, a series of inverted repeats and a stable secondary structure involving the 3'-terminal 120 nucleotides. © 1985.

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Grange, T., Bouloy, M., & Girard, M. (1985). Stable secondary structures at the 3’-end of the genome of yellow fever virus (17 D vaccine strain). FEBS Letters, 188(1), 159–163. https://doi.org/10.1016/0014-5793(85)80895-4

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