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Parvoviruses are classified into two subfamilies based on their host range: the Parvovirinae, which infect vertebrates, and the Densovirinae, which mainly infect insects and other arthropods. In recent years, a number of novel parvoviruses belonging to the subfamily Parvovirinae have been identified from various animal species and humans, including human(More)
Streptococcus bovis HJ50 produces a lacticin 481-like 33-amino-acid-residue lantibiotic, designated bovicin HJ50. bovK-bovR in the bovicin HJ50 biosynthetic gene cluster is predicted to be a two-component signal transduction system involved in sensing signals and regulating gene expression. Disruption of bovK or bovR resulted in the abrogation of bovicin(More)
Hepatitis E virus (HEV) sequences including four major genotypes representative strains available in GenBank were aligned with the DNAMAN software. The highly conserved internal region of ORF2 was then subjected to design primers and a probe. Furthermore, a 0.3 kb fragment of HEV ORF2 containing the amplification region was transcribed in vitro to synthese(More)
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