A rare G1P[6] super-short human rotavirus strain carrying an H2 genotype on the genetic background of a porcine rotavirus.

@article{Do2014ARG,
  title={A rare G1P[6] super-short human rotavirus strain carrying an H2 genotype on the genetic background of a porcine rotavirus.},
  author={Loan Phuong Do and Toyoko Nakagomi and Osamu Nakagomi},
  journal={Infection, genetics and evolution : journal of molecular epidemiology and evolutionary genetics in infectious diseases},
  year={2014},
  volume={21},
  pages={334-50}
}
Rotavirus strains with a rearranged 11th genome segment may show super-short RNA electropherotypes. Examples from human strains were limited to seven strains, 69M, 57M, B37, Mc345, AU19, B4106 and BE2001, which have a variety of G and P genotypes. AU19 is a rare G1P[6] human rotavirus strain detected in a Japanese infant with severe acute gastroenteritis. This study was undertaken to better understand the origin of AU19 by determining the genotype constellation of AU19. Upon nearly-full genome… CONTINUE READING