Insertion of EGFP into the replicase gene of Semliki Forest virus results in a novel, genetically stable marker virus


Journal article


Nele Tamberg, Valeria Lulla, Rennos Fragkoudis, Aleksei Lulla, John K Fazakerley, Andres Merits, Andres Merits
Journal of General Virology, vol. 88(4), 2007 Mar 1, pp. 1225-1230

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APA
Tamberg, N., Lulla, V., Fragkoudis, R., Lulla, A., Fazakerley, J. K., Merits, A., & Merits, A. (2007). Insertion of EGFP into the replicase gene of Semliki Forest virus results in a novel, genetically stable marker virus. Journal of General Virology, 88(4), 1225–1230.

Chicago/Turabian
Tamberg, Nele, Valeria Lulla, Rennos Fragkoudis, Aleksei Lulla, John K Fazakerley, Andres Merits, and Andres Merits. “Insertion of EGFP into the Replicase Gene of Semliki Forest Virus Results in a Novel, Genetically Stable Marker Virus.” Journal of General Virology 88, no. 4 (March 1, 2007): 1225–1230.

MLA
Tamberg, Nele, et al. “Insertion of EGFP into the Replicase Gene of Semliki Forest Virus Results in a Novel, Genetically Stable Marker Virus.” Journal of General Virology, vol. 88, no. 4, Mar. 2007, pp. 1225–30.