Sequence diversity within the reovirus S2 gene: Reovirus genes reassort in nature, and their termini are predicted to form a panhandle motif

James D. Chappell, Mehmet I. Goral, Steven E. Rodgers, Claude W. Depamphilis, Terence S. Dermody

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