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By W. H. Wilson, James L. Van Etten, M. J. Allen (auth.), James L. Van Etten (eds.)

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These four enzymes form a complete polyamine biosynthetic pathway that allows the formation of homospermidine through the precursors arginine, agmatine, N-carbamoylputrescine and putrescine (Baumann et al. 2007). However, the relevance of this pathway to virus replication is unclear. Although polyamines are present in large amounts in the capsids of some viruses, that is not true for PBCV-1 (Kaiser et al. 1999). As more phycodnavirus sequences become available, we predict that the number of unique and interesting gene pathways found in these viruses will increase.

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2004). Each of the six sequenced chloroviruses contains genes that encode unique proteins. For example, ATCV-1 is unique among these viruses in containing genes encoding dTDP-D-glucose 4,6 dehydratase, ribonucleotide-triphosphate reductase, and mucin-desulphatating sulphatase; MT325 encodes a functional aquaglyceroporin (Gazzarrini et al. 2006), FR483 an alkyl sulphatase and a functional potassium ion transporter (M. , unpublished data); NY-2A an ubiquitin; AR158 a calcium transporting ATPase; and a functional Cu/Zn superoxide dismutase (M.

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