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Sykes explains that poxviruses.

Other pathogens such as malaria millions of nucleotides millions of nucleotides, are too large. ‘We wanted something in the middle that could demonstrate our high-throughput technologies, but not blow us away before we had a few minutes space,’she says. ‘Poxviruses are the Goldilocks case. At around 220 genes, they are just right. ‘.. Sykes explains that poxviruses, in addition to their importance for human health, provide an ideal framework for investigating protective antigens – parts of the virus develop a vaccine used to develop a vaccine can – with modern, high-throughput genomic and proteomic screening technologies. – ‘If you study viruses like Ebola or HIV, their genomes contain a small number of genes – perhaps only 3-9’she says, noting that is too small for the purpose of demonstrating a capacity for high-throughput functional screening.

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