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Kobuviruses – a comprehensive review
This review summarises the current knowledge on kobuviruses including taxonomy, biology and viral characteristics, and covers all aspects of infection including epidemiology, clinical picture, host species diversity, laboratory diagnosis and it gives a summary about possible future perspectives. Expand
Complete nucleotide and amino acid sequences and genetic organization of porcine kobuvirus, a member of a new species in the genus Kobuvirus, family Picornaviridae
The complete nucleotide and amino acid sequences and genetic organization of porcine kobuvirus were determined and it was found that it belongs to a potential new species—the third—in the genus Kobuvirus. Expand
Candidate New Species of Kobuvirus in Porcine Hosts
The aim of the study was to detect porcine calicivirus (norovirus and sapovirus) in domestic pigs by using reverse transcription–PCR (RT-PCR) and a new candidate species of kobuvirus was reported. Expand
Detection of Aichi virus shedding in a child with enteric and extraintestinal symptoms in Hungary
The genotype A virus, Kobuvirus/human/Szigetvar-HUN298/2000/Hungary (FJ225407), has 96% nucleotide identity to Aichi virus. Expand
Identification and complete genome characterization of a novel picornavirus in turkey (Meleagris gallopavo).
The general presence of turkey picornavirus - a novel picORNavirus species - in faecal samples from healthy and affected turkeys in Hungary and in the USA suggests the worldwide occurrence and endemic circulation of this virus in turkey farms. Expand
Evolution of Porcine Kobuvirus Infection, Hungary
Porcine kobuvirus was first identified in early 2007 in Hungary. Originally thought to be confined to the intestine, almost 2 years later the virus was found in the blood of clinically healthy pigsExpand
Porcine teschovirus in wild boars in Hungary
PTV is present in wild boars, and WB2C-TV/2011/HUN represents a novel PTV genotype, provisionally named PTV-13, which is reported to be the first complete PTV genome sequence from 7 of 10 fecal samples of wild boar piglets by RT-PCR and pyrosequencing. Expand
Characterization of a novel porcine enterovirus in wild boars in Hungary
Wild boar enterovirus represents a novel PEV genotype, provisionally called PEV-15, and is identified and characterize the complete genomes of PEV originated from 5 of 10 of wild boar (Sus scrofa) piglets by RT-PCR and pyrosequencing. Expand
Identification of a novel astrovirus in a domestic pig in Hungary
A novel porcine astrovirus in a fecal specimen from a domestic pig in Hungary is identified and its unique sequence characteristics and its phylogenetic position suggest that PAstV-2 could be an important link between previously reported astroviruses and that a genetically divergent lineage of astrovIRuses exist in piglets. Expand
Natural interspecies recombinant bovine/porcine enterovirus in sheep.
The interspecies-recombinant nature of OEV-1 suggests a closer relationship among bovine and porcine enteroviruses, enabling the exchange of at least some modular genetic elements that may evolve independently. Expand