Published in Vaccine Weekly, July 27th, 2005
"The vaccinia virus H2R gene (VACWR 100) is conserved in all sequenced members of the poxvirus family and encodes a protein with a predicted transmembrane domain and four invariant cysteines. A recombinant vaccinia virus, in which expression of the H2 protein is stringently regulated, was unable to replicate without inducer. However, under nonpermissive conditions, all stages of virus morphogenesis appeared normal and extracellular virions...
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