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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
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
Molecular survey of RNA viruses in Hungarian bats: discovering novel astroviruses, coronaviruses, and caliciviruses.
New bat species harboring BtAstV in Europe and found new species of CalVs are described and one of the most intriguing findings of this investigation is the discovery of novel BtCalVs in Europe.
Novel European lineages of bat astroviruses identified in Hungary.
KEYWORDS bat, astroviruses, coronaviruses, snRT-PCR, Hungary.
Putative novel lineage of West Nile virus in Uranotaeniaunguiculata mosquito, Hungary
Sequence- and phylogenetic analyses for two different regions of the viral genome showed that the novel Hungarian WNV strain was different from other previously described WNV lineages, indicating the presence of a putative, novel lineage of WNV in Europe.
West Nile virus surveillance in mosquitoes, April to October 2013, Vojvodina province, Serbia: implications for the 2014 season.
Phylogenetic analysis showed that Serbian WNV strains from 2013 were most closely related to Italian and Greek strains isolated in 2012 and 2010, respectively.
Serologic evidence of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus infection in Hungary.
Serological evidence of CCHFV infection in Lepus europeus is provided using newly developed antibody detection assays and indicates a need for a large-scale surveillance to estimate the potential public health risk of C CHFV in Hungary.