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A Novel Porcine Circovirus Distantly Related to Known Circoviruses Is Associated with Porcine Dermatitis and Nephropathy Syndrome and Reproductive Failure
Results suggest that PCV3 commonly circulates within U.S. swine and may play an etiologic role in reproductive failure and PDNS and further studies are needed to elucidate its significance and role in PCVAD.
Isolation of a Novel Swine Influenza Virus from Oklahoma in 2011 Which Is Distantly Related to Human Influenza C Viruses
Results suggest that C/OK virus represents a new subtype of influenza C viruses that currently circulates in pigs that has not been recognized previously and raises the possibility of reassortment and antigenic shift as mechanisms of influenzaC virus evolution.
Discovery of a novel putative atypical porcine pestivirus in pigs in the USA.
The molecular and serological results suggest that APPV is a novel, highly divergent porcine pestivirus widely distributed in US pigs.
Characterization of a Novel Influenza Virus in Cattle and Swine: Proposal for a New Genus in the Orthomyxoviridae Family
Deep RNA sequencing, phylogenetic analysis, and in vitro reassortment experiments demonstrate that animal ICV-like viruses are genetically distinct from human ICV and suggest that bovine influenza virus warrants classification as a new genus of influenza virus.
Cocirculation of Two Distinct Genetic and Antigenic Lineages of Proposed Influenza D Virus in Cattle
- Emily A. Collin, Z. Sheng, Y. Lang, Wenjun Ma, B. Hause, Feng Li
- BiologyJournal of Virology
- 2 January 2014
It is shown that IDV is common in clinical samples of bovine respiratory disease complex (BRDC), with a prevalence similar to that of other established BRDC etiological agents and in good agreement with the near-ubiquitous seroprevalence of IDV previously found.
Multiple reassortment between pandemic (H1N1) 2009 and endemic influenza viruses in pigs, United States.
Novel reassortant viruses detected in commercial pig farms in the United States highlight the increasing complexity of influenza viruses within pig populations and the frequency at which viral diversification occurs in this ecologically important viral reservoir.
Metagenomic characterization of the virome associated with bovine respiratory disease in feedlot cattle identified novel viruses and suggests an etiologic role for influenza D virus.
- Namita Mitra, N. Cernicchiaro, Siddartha Torres, Feng Li, B. Hause
- Biology, MedicineThe Journal of general virology
- 1 August 2016
The virome of nasal swabs obtained from feedlot cattle with acute BRD and asymptomatic pen-mates at six and four feedlots in Mexico and the USA in April-October 2015 was explored to explore the complexity of the virome associated with BRD.
Discovery of a novel Parvovirinae virus, porcine parvovirus 7, by metagenomic sequencing of porcine rectal swabs
Genetic and phylogenetic analyses suggest that PPV7, EhPV2, and TuPV represent a novel genus in the family Parvoviridae prevalent within the US swine.
PCV3-associated disease in the United States swine herd
Porcine circovirus 3 is considered a putative cause of reproductive failure, encephalitis and myocarditis in perinatal piglets, porcine dermatitis and nephropathy syndrome, and periarteritis in swine in the United States.
First identification of porcine parvovirus 6 in North America by viral metagenomic sequencing of serum from pigs infected with porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus
These results are the first to report the presence of PPV6 in North America and demonstrate that the virus is found in multiple geographic areas in the United States and in Mexico.