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The Fecal Viral Flora of Wild Rodents
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The close genetic similarities noted between some rodent and human viruses might reflect past zoonoses and highlights the large number of still uncharacterized viruses in mammals. Expand
High Variety of Known and New RNA and DNA Viruses of Diverse Origins in Untreated Sewage
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The utility of analyzing sewage to monitor shedding of viral pathogens and the high viral diversity found in this common pollutant are highlighted and genetic information is provided to facilitate future studies of these newly characterized viruses. Expand
Acute Diarrhea in West African Children: Diverse Enteric Viruses and a Novel Parvovirus Genus
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The presence of a proposed new Parvoviridae genus containing at least two species of parvovirus is identified during a viral metagenomic analysis of feces from children with acute diarrhea in Burkina Faso. Expand
Detection of non-polio enteroviruses in Hungary 2000–2008 and molecular epidemiology of enterovirus 71, coxsackievirus A16, and echovirus 30
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29 previously enterovirus positive samples from 28 patients diagnosed with hand, foot and mouth disease, meningitis and encephalitis, were molecularly typed and revealed that the viruses were mostly of Far-Eastern or Asia-Pacific origin. Expand
Identification and complete genome characterization of a novel picornavirus in turkey (Meleagris gallopavo).
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The general presence of turkey picornavirus - a novel picORNavirus species - in faecal samples from healthy and affected turkeys in Hungary and in the USA suggests the worldwide occurrence and endemic circulation of this virus in turkey farms. Expand
Porcine teschovirus in wild boars in Hungary
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PTV is present in wild boars, and WB2C-TV/2011/HUN represents a novel PTV genotype, provisionally named PTV-13, which is reported to be the first complete PTV genome sequence from 7 of 10 fecal samples of wild boar piglets by RT-PCR and pyrosequencing. Expand
Characterization of a novel porcine enterovirus in wild boars in Hungary
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Wild boar enterovirus represents a novel PEV genotype, provisionally called PEV-15, and is identified and characterize the complete genomes of PEV originated from 5 of 10 of wild boar (Sus scrofa) piglets by RT-PCR and pyrosequencing. Expand
Faecal virome of cats in an animal shelter.
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The detection of such a diverse collection of viruses shed within a single shelter suggested that such animals experience robust viral exposures, increasing the understanding of the viral diversity in cats and facilitating future evaluation of their pathogenic and zoonotic potentials. Expand
Genetic Diversity of the Genus Cosavirus in the Family Picornaviridae: A New Species, Recombination, and 26 New Genotypes
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The detection of a large number of HCoSV genotypes based on still limited geographic sampling indicates that the phenotypic effects of cosaviruses on infected subjects are likely to be as highly diverse as those of human enteroviruses. Expand
Divergent hepatitis E virus in birds of prey, common kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) and red-footed falcon (F. vespertinus), Hungary.
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This study reports the identification and complete genome characterization of a novel Orthohepevirus species related to mammalian HEVs in birds of prey using random amplification and next generation sequencing technology in Hungary. Expand
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