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Human endogenous retrovirus HERV-K113 is capable of producing intact viral particles
Journal of General Virology
Of all human endogenous retroviruses known today, HERV-K is the only one that has been shown to produce viral particles. While the first of the approximately 30 HERV-K sequences integrated into the human genome more than 40 million years ago, evidence is accumulating that HERV-K was active more recently, provirus HERV-K113 being the youngest sequence found. However, it is unclear which HERV-K sequences code for the viral particles that are produced by human germ-cell tumours or melanomas. Here,doi:10.1099/vir.0.83534-0 pmid:18198388 fatcat:oq7xihammraupdnvyz3rnd6gv4