Computational analysis of human adenovirus serotype 18

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The genome of the sole remaining unsequenced member of species A, human adenovirus type 18 (HAdV-A18), has been sequenced and analyzed. Members of species A are implicated as gastrointestinal pathogens and were shown to be tumorigenic in rodents. These whole genome and in silico proteome data are important as references for reexamining and integrating earlier work and observations based on lower resolution techniques, such as restriction enzyme digestion patterns, particularly for hypotheses based on pre-genomics data. Additionally, the genome of HAdV-A18 will also serve as reference for current studies examining the molecular evolution and origins of human and simian adenoviruses, particularly genome recombination studies. Applications of this virus as a potential vector for gene delivery protocols may be practical as data accumulate on this and other adenovirus genomes. © 2010 Elsevier Inc.




Walsh, M. P., Seto, J., Tirado, D., Chodosh, J., Schnurr, D., Seto, D., & Jones, M. S. (2010). Computational analysis of human adenovirus serotype 18. Virology, 404(2), 284–292.

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