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Isolation of circovirus from lesions of pigs with postweaning multisystemic wasting syndrome.
TLDR
Results demonstrate a high degree of association between the presence of the circovirus-like virus and postweaning multisystemic wasting syndrome in affected swine.
Characterization of novel circovirus DNAs associated with wasting syndromes in pigs.
TLDR
Cl cloning and characterization of novel circovirus DNAs purified from virus isolates made from tissues of North American and European pigs with wasting syndromes are reported, providing evidence for a new type of possibly pathogenic PCV.
Circoviruses: Immunosuppressive threats to avian species: A review
  • D. Todd
  • Biology, Medicine
    Avian pathology : journal of the W.V.P.A
  • 1 October 2000
TLDR
It is suggested that circovirus infections of avian species may be more common than previously recognized, and prompt the question of whether novel circoviruses infect poultry to cause clinical and/or subclinical diseases that may be economically important.
Sequence of porcine circovirus DNA: affinities with plant circoviruses.
TLDR
Findings show that PCV is unique in that it bridges the gap between animal and plant circovirus, and that rolling-circle replication may operate during PCV DNA replication.
Genome sequence determinations and analyses of novel circoviruses from goose and pigeon.
The genomes of novel circoviruses from goose and pigeon, which were isolated using degenerate primer and inverse primer PCR methods, were cloned and sequenced. Comparative nucleotide (nt) sequence
Comparison of Two Aquatic Alphaviruses, Salmon Pancreas Disease Virus and Sleeping Disease Virus, by Using Genome Sequence Analysis, Monoclonal Reactivity, and Cross-Infection
TLDR
It is concluded on the basis of the close genetic similarity that SPDV and SDV are closely related isolates of the same virus species for which the name Salmonid alphavirus is proposed.
A single chicken anemia virus protein induces apoptosis
TLDR
In vitro, expression of a C-terminally truncated VP3 induced much less pronounced apoptosis in the chicken lymphoblastoid T cells and myeloid cells, but not in chicken embryo fibroblasts, which are not susceptible to CAV.
Avian circovirus diseases: lessons for the study of PMWS.
  • D. Todd
  • Biology, Medicine
    Veterinary microbiology
  • 4 February 2004
Avian Astroviruses
TLDR
This review focuses on avian astroviruses (AAstVs), in particular the recent advances in the understanding of AAstV molecular biology, and also history, diagnosis, treatment and control.
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