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Coltiviruses and Seadornaviruses in North America, Europe, and Asia
Neurotropic virus disease is often misdiagnosed as Japanese encephalitis and should be considered as a separate disease rather than a replacement for encephalopathy.
Micromonas pusilla reovirus: a new member of the family Reoviridae assigned to a novel proposed genus (Mimoreovirus).
Based on morphological and sequence findings, this virus should be classified as the representative of a novel genus within the family Reoviridae, designated Mimoreovirus (from Micromonas pusilla reovirus), which is compatible with values existing between distinct genera.
Peruvian horse sickness virus and Yunnan orbivirus, isolated from vertebrates and mosquitoes in Peru and Australia.
Genome characterization showed that the virus isolated from horses belongs to a new species the Peruvian horse sickness virus (PHSV), within the genus Orbivirus, family Reoviridae, which represents the first isolation of PHSV.
Orbiviruses and Bluetongue virus
Bluetongue virus is an arthropod-borne pathogen that is transmitted by the bites of its vector, the Culicoides biting midges, which transmit the virus between its ruminant hosts.
Coltiviruses and Seadornaviruses
Coltiviruses seem to represent a missing link between turreted and nonturreted members of the family Reoviridae, which encompasses alongside the genera Coltivirus and Seadornavirus, 13 other genera of viruses that can infect mammals, birds, aquatic animals, reptiles, insects, plants, fungi and protists.
Structure of Bannavirus VP9
Study of proteins of Colorado tick fever, Eyach and Banna viruses : application in serological diagnosis and the structural characterization of virions
Cette these rapport l'etude de deux groupes d'arbovirus de la famille de Reoviridae qui appartiennent aux genres Coltivirus et Seadornavirus isabelle dans des systemes bacteriens dans le but d'etablir des tests serologiques pour le diagnostic de l'infection.
Vector Transmission of Animal Viruses
The mode of transmission, relationships and taxonomy of different arboviruses, arthropods’ antiviral mechanisms and potential control strategies are considered.