Candidate New Rotavirus Species in Sheltered Dogs, Hungary

  title={Candidate New Rotavirus Species in Sheltered Dogs, Hungary},
  author={Eszter Mihalov-Kov{\'a}cs and {\'A}kos Gell{\'e}rt and Szilvia Marton and Szilvia L. Farkas and Enikő Feh{\'e}r and Mikl{\'o}s Oldal and Ferenc Jakab and Vito Martella and Kriszti{\'a}n B{\'a}nyai},
  journal={Emerging Infectious Diseases},
  pages={660 - 663}
We identified unusual rotavirus strains in fecal specimens from sheltered dogs in Hungary by viral metagenomics. The novel rotavirus species displayed limited genome sequence homology to representatives of the 8 rotavirus species, A–H, and qualifies as a candidate new rotavirus species that we tentatively named Rotavirus I. 

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