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Genetic characterization of a novel duck-origin picornavirus with six 2A proteins.
TLDR
A novel virus detected from diseased ducks and completely determined could be considered as the founding member of a novel picornavirus genus that is tentatively named 'Aalivirus', with 'A alivirus A' as the type species.
cis-Acting Sequences That Contribute to the Synthesis of Relaxed-Circular DNA of Human Hepatitis B Virus
TLDR
Results from Southern blotting showed that multiple cis-acting sequences were involved in the synthesis of HBV RC DNA.
Genetic characterization of two novel megriviruses in geese.
TLDR
The present work contributes to the understanding of unique features and phylogeny of megrivirus, demonstrating an equal genetic separation of the capsid region among W18, DMV and melegrivirus A.
Base pairing among three cis-acting sequences contributes to template switching during hepadnavirus reverse transcription
TLDR
Evidence is presented that three other cis-acting sequences, named 3E, M, and 5E, are required for the synthesis of RC DNA by contributing to primer translocation and circularization by base pairing with each other within the minus-strand template.
Genetic characterization of a new astrovirus in goslings suffering from gout
TLDR
Full-length genomic sequencing and sequence analysis of three goose astrovirus strains revealed that they belong to a new avastrov virus most closely related to viruses classified within species Avastrovirus 3.
Complete sequence of a novel duck astrovirus
TLDR
A duck astrovirus isolate CPH (DAstV/CPH) detected from newly hatched ducklings was sequenced, and analysis based on a portion of the ORF1b region indicated that DAstV /CPH was more closely related to the common-teal-origin astrov virus MPK514 than to the CAstv/GA2011-like viruses.
Genetic characterization of a novel astrovirus in Pekin ducks.
Complete genome sequence of a novel avastrovirus in goose
TLDR
Phylogenetic analysis based on the amino acid sequence of the full-length ORF2 demonstrated that FLX was highly divergent from all other avastroviruses, suggesting that it can be classified as a member of a novel species in the genus Avastrovirus.
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