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Review of group A rotavirus strains reported in swine and cattle
Candidate New Rotavirus Species in Sheltered Dogs, Hungary
The novel rotavirus species displayed limited genome sequence homology to representatives of the 8 rotav virus species, A–H, and qualifies as a candidate new rotvirus species that is tentatively named Rotavirus I.
Candidate new rotavirus species in Schreiber's bats, Serbia
Genogroup I picobirnaviruses in pigs: evidence for genetic diversity and relatedness to human strains.
The molecular analysis of porcine PBVs identified in the intestinal content of dead pigs suggested that PBVs exist as quasispecies in the swine alimentary tract and indicated that infection with genogroup I PBVs is common in pigs.
Sequence heterogeneity among human picobirnaviruses detected in a gastroenteritis outbreak
Findings demonstrate a lack of common exposure to or point of source for picobirnavirus infection, suggesting that the outbreak was caused by human caliciviruses.
Picobirnavirus infections: viral persistence and zoonotic potential
The public health aspects of PBV infection, especially its possible association with zoonosis is analyzed, as well as evidence has been found for genetic relatedness between human and animalPBV strains, suggesting extant crossing points in the ecology and evolution of heterologous PBV strains.
Novel NSP4 genotype in a camel G10P[15] rotavirus strain.
This study demonstrates genetic diversity in the outer capsid and some backbone genes of an old-world camelid rotavirus strain and uncovers its common evolutionary roots with strains from other ruminants.
Complete genome analysis identifies Tvärminne avian virus as a candidate new species within the genus Orthoreovirus.
Orthoreoviruses have been associated with a variety of diseases in domesticated poultry and wild-living birds. In 2002, a reovirus strain named Tvärminne avian virus (TVAV), was identified in Finland