Analysis of the Fusion Protein Cleavage Site of Newcastle disease virus Isolates from India Reveals Preliminary Evidence for the Existence of II, VI and VII Genotypes

@article{Tirumurugaan2011AnalysisOT,
  title={Analysis of the Fusion Protein Cleavage Site of Newcastle disease virus Isolates from India Reveals Preliminary Evidence for the Existence of II, VI and VII Genotypes},
  author={Krishnaswamy Gopalan Tirumurugaan and Manavalan K. Vinupriya and Kumanan Vijayarani and Kathaperumal Kumanan},
  journal={Indian Journal of Virology},
  year={2011},
  volume={22},
  pages={131-137}
}
Newcastle disease virus (NDV) has been a threat to poultry industry in most of the developing countries with a wide variety of avian species being susceptible, coupled with the presence of mobile wild bird reservoirs contributing not only to the vast genomic diversity of this virus but also to the diagnostic failures. NDV of multiple genotypes (I–XI) is known to be prevalent and reported worldwide. However, there is a paucity of information on the circulating genotypes of NDV in India. This… CONTINUE READING

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