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Genetic Variability of Respiratory Syncytial Viruses (RSV) Prevalent in Southwestern China from 2006 to 2009: Emergence of Subgroup B and A RSV as Dominant Strains
Data suggest that group A RSV likely predominated in southwestern China and that a new genotype of subgroup B with a 60-nucleotide insertion, named BA-like virus, became the dominant genotype in the 2008-2009 epidemic season.
A review of the Nemacheilinae genus Oreonectes Günther with descriptions of two new species (Teleostei: Balitoridae)
The loach genus Oreonectes is reviewed in this study. Six valid species are recognized, including two new species. Oreonectes polystigmus sp. nov., and Oreonectes microphthalmus sp. nov. are
Detection and Genetic Diversity of Human Metapneumovirus in Hospitalized Children with Acute Respiratory Infections in Southwest China
HMPV was an important pathogen of ALRTI in pediatric patients, especially those <5 years of age, and likely predominates in Southwest China, where other genotypes also circulate.
A new species of Genus Triplophysa (Nemacheilinae: Balitoridae), Triplophysa longipectoralis sp. nov, from Guangxi, China
A new species, Triplophysa longipectoralis, is described from Liujiang River, Guangxi, China and a key to all valid species of TriPlophysa in Xijiang River water system is provided.
Morphological analysis of the Chinese Cipangopaludina species (Gastropoda; Caenogastropoda: Viviparidae).
The shell and internal traits of these species to better discuss the validity of related species were described and Principal Component Analysis indicated that body whorl depth, shell width, aperture width and aperture length were main variables during species of Cipangopaludina.
Triplophysa anshuiensis, a new species of blind loach from the Xijiang River, China (Teleostei, Nemacheilidae)
Abstract A new cave-dwelling fish, Triplophysa anshuiensis, is described here based on specimens collected from a karst cave in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China, interconnected with the
Molecular phylogenetic evidence that the Chinese viviparid genus Margarya (Gastropoda: Viviparidae) is polyphyletic
The phylogeny of the viviparid genus Margarya, endemic to Yunnan, China, is investigated using two mitochondrial gene fragments (COI and 16S rRNA), indicating that Margarya is polyphyletic and the species status of the six extant species of Margarya should be re-assessed.
Description of Triplophysa luochengensis sp. nov. (Teleostei: Nemacheilidae) from a karst cave in Guangxi, China.
A new cave-dwelling fish Triplophysa luochengensis is described based on specimens collected from a karst cave in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China, that is interconnected to the Hongshui River
Description of a new species of Triplophysa (Teleostei: Nemacheilidae) from Guizhou Province, China.
A new cave-dwelling fish species Triplophysa guizhouensis is described based on specimens collected from Guizhou, China, in a subterranean system interconnected with the Hongshui River drainage. The