Insertions in the gG gene of pseudorabies virus reduce expression of the upstream Us3 protein and inhibit cell-to-cell spread of virus infection

G. L. Demmin, A. C. Clase, J. A. Randall, L. W. Enquist, B. W. Banfield

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