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Victors ID Gene Name Sequence Strain (Species/Organism) NCBI Gene ID NCBI Nucleotide GI NCBI Protein GI Locus Tag Genbank Accession Protein Accession Protein Name Molecule Role Molecule Role Annotation PMID
5098 EVM018 Ectromelia virus 951501 22164625 ECTVgp018 AF012825 NP_671536 kelch-like protein Virulence factor deletions of one to four genes of kelch family both individually (single mutants) and in different combinations (double, triple and quadruple mutants). It was shown that deletion of any of the three genes EVMO18, EVM027 or EVM167 resulted in reduction of 50% lethal dose (LD50) by five and more orders in outbred white mice infected intraperitoneally. Deletion of mousepox kelch-gene EVM150 did not influence the virus virulence. Two or more kelch-genes deletion also resulted in high level of attenuation, which could evidently be due to the lack of three genes EVM167, EVM018 and/or EVM027 identified as virulence factors. (Kochneva et al., 2009)
19807023
5099 EVM027 Ectromelia virus 951567 22164632 ECTVgp027 AF012825 NP_671545 Kelch-like protein Virulence factor deletions of one to four genes of kelch family both individually (single mutants) and in different combinations (double, triple and quadruple mutants). It was shown that deletion of any of the three genes EVMO18, EVM027 or EVM167 resulted in reduction of 50% lethal dose (LD50) by five and more orders in outbred white mice infected intraperitoneally. Deletion of mousepox kelch-gene EVM150 did not influence the virus virulence. Two or more kelch-genes deletion also resulted in high level of attenuation, which could evidently be due to the lack of three genes EVM167, EVM018 and/or EVM027 identified as virulence factors. (Kochneva et al., 2009)
19807023
5100 C13R Ectromelia virus 951519 22164602 ECTVgp168 AF012825 NP_671686 hypothetical protein Virulence factor MUTATION: deletions of one to four genes of kelch family both individually (single mutants) and in different combinations (double, triple and quadruple mutants). It was shown that deletion of any of the three genes EVMO18, EVM027 or EVM167 resulted in reduction of 50% lethal dose (LD50) by five and more orders in outbred white mice infected intraperitoneally. Deletion of mousepox kelch-gene EVM150 did not influence the virus virulence. Two or more kelch-genes deletion also resulted in high level of attenuation, which could evidently be due to the lack of three genes EVM167, EVM018 and/or EVM027 identified as virulence factors. (Kochneva et al., 2009)
19807023