max

(redirected from ORF1)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Wikipedia.
Related to ORF1: ORF2

max

[maks]
(mathematics)

MAX

On drawings, abbr. for “maximum.”
References in periodicals archive ?
The recombination breakpoint was predicted to be at nucleotide position 5088 at the boundary between ORF1 and ORF2.
The prevalence and genetic analysis of TTV were determined using the primers' UTR and ORF1 region of TTV, respectively.
A) Partial ORF1 nucleotide sequences in RdRp region (644 nt) of GII.
KP987888) by using specific primers and comprising 3 ORFs, the partial ORF1 encoding the putative polyprotein, ORF2 encoding viral protein (VP) 1, and a partial ORF3 encoding VP2 (Figure 1, panel A).
A total of 39 of 46 samples were positive in a nested RT-PCR assay targeting the RNA-dependent RNA polymerase gene in the ORF1 (online Technical Appendix) that were suitable for sequencing.
Nucleotide identities of strains PEDV/Italy/7239/2009 and SeCoV/Italy/213306/2009, representative of clusters I and II, respectively, in study of swine enteric coronaviruses in Italy * ORF1 Spike Strain identification I II I II PEDV/Belgium/CV777/1977 97.
ORF1 was 5,796 nt in length (nt 12-5807) and encoded a 1,921-aa polyprotein.
ORF1 encodes the nonstructural proteins required for replication, including the RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp); ORF2 encodes the major capsid protein (viral protein [VP] 1); and ORF3 encodes the minor capsid protein (VP2) (2).
ORF1 encodes a polyprotein that is cleaved by the virus-encoded protease to produce several nonstructural proteins, including the RNA-dependent RNA polymerase; ORF2 encodes a major capsid protein, VP1; and ORF3 encodes a small basic protein (VP2) that has been associated with the stability of the capsid (4,5).