Hepatitis B virus DNA polymerase

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The genome organisation of HBV. The genes overlap. (ORF P, in blue, encodes Hepatitis B virus DNA polymerase)

Hepatitis B virus DNA polymerase is a hepatitis B viral protein.[1][2] It encodes a DNA polymerase.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ono-Nita SK, Kato N, Shiratori Y, et al. (March 1999). "YMDD motif in hepatitis B virus DNA polymerase influences on replication and lamivudine resistance: A study by in vitro full-length viral DNA transfection". Hepatology 29 (3): 939–45. doi:10.1002/hep.510290340. PMID 10051501. 
  2. ^ Shaw T, Mok SS, Locarnini SA (November 1996). "Inhibition of hepatitis B virus DNA polymerase by enantiomers of penciclovir triphosphate and metabolic basis for selective inhibition of HBV replication by penciclovir". Hepatology 24 (5): 996–1002. doi:10.1002/hep.510240504. PMID 8903366.