Caracterização e relacionamento antigênico de três novos Bunyavirus no grupo Anopheles A (Bunyaviridae) dos arbovirus

  title={Caracterizaç{\~a}o e relacionamento antig{\^e}nico de tr{\^e}s novos Bunyavirus no grupo Anopheles A (Bunyaviridae) dos arbovirus},
  author={Jorge F.S.T. Rosa and Am{\'e}lia Paes de Andrade Travassos da Rosa and Nicolas D{\'e}gallier and Pedro Fernando da Costa Vasconcelos},
  journal={Revista De Saude Publica},
Sao descritos o isolamento e a caracterizacao de tres novos arbovirus isolados na regiao da Usina Hidro-Eletrica de Tucurui (UHE-TUC). Os tres novos arbovirus pertencem ao grupo Anopheles A(ANA), genero Bunyavirus (familia Bunyaviridae). Os virus Tucurui (TUC), Caraipe (CPE) e Arumateua (ART) sao relacionados entre si e com o virus Trombetas (TBT), formando dentro do grupo ANA um complexo chamado Trombetas. Os arbovirus TUC, CPE e ART foram obtidos a partir de lotes de mosquitos Anopheles… 

Seroepidemiology of arbovirus in communities living under the influence of the lake of a hydroelectric dam in Brazil

Em geral, os dados sugerem that as acoes antropicas no ambiente do lago tornaram-se fatores determinantes para a prevalencia of anticorpos arbovirais.

ES tu D o DE PA t ÓGEN o S DE P ot ENC i A l zoo NÓ ti C o EM PR o C io NÍDE o S

RESUMO Os procionideos sao animais de habitos terrestres e arboreos, encontrados em diferentes habitats. Embora classificados como carnivoros, englobam importantes especies onivoras que, alem de

Genetic and Phylogenetic Characterization of Tataguine and Witwatersrand Viruses and Other Orthobunyaviruses of the Anopheles A, Capim, Guamá, Koongol, Mapputta, Tete, and Turlock Serogroups

The results emphasize the high genetic diversity of orthobunyaviruses and reveal that the presence of the small nonstructural protein (NSs)-encoding open reading frame is not as common in orthobUNyavirus genomes as previously thought.

Resurrection of Anopheles goeldii from synonymy with Anopheles nuneztovari (Diptera, Culicidae) and a new record for Anopheles dunhami in the Brazilian Amazon.

Results of the Bayesian phylogenetic analyses performed using either COI or combined ITS2, COI and white gene sequences suggest that An.

Full-length sequencing and genetic characterization of Breu Branco virus (Reoviridae, Orbivirus) and two related strains isolated from Anopheles mosquitoes.

Phylogenetic analysis suggested that Breu Branco virus BE AR 492347 and its related strains constitute a novel species of the genus Orbivirus, the first Brazilian orbivirus and the fifth orbiv virus in the world to be sequenced fully.

Inadequate management of natural ecosystem in the Brazilian Amazon region results in the emergence and reemergence of arboviruses.

Deforestation, mining, dam and highway construction, human colonization, and urbanization were the main manmade environmental changes associated with the emergence and/or reemergence of relevant arboviruses, including some known pathogens for humans.

An Overview of Neglected Orthobunyaviruses in Brazil

Dozens of orthobunyaviruses have been isolated in Brazil, and at least thirteen have been associated with human disease. The Oropouche virus has received most attention for having caused explosive



Arbovirus investigations in Argentina, 1977-1980. III. Identification and characterization of viruses isolated, including new subtypes of western and Venezuelan equine encephalitis viruses and four new bunyaviruses (Las Maloyas, Resistencia, Barranqueras, and Antequera).

Nineteen strains of VEE virus, identical by neutralization (N) tests, were shown by hemagglutination-inhibition tests with anti-E2 glycoprotein sera to represent a new subtype VI of the VEE complex, indicating that it is an enzootic virus, and it has not been associated with equine disease.

Antigenic relationships among Tacaiuma complex viruses of the Anopheles A serogroup (Bunyaviridae).

The Anopheles A (ANA) group of arboviruses is composed of six members and one subtype of TCM (SPAr 2317) and one of CoAr 1071 (CoAr 3627) are also recognized.

Potential vectors of malaria and their different susceptibility to Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax in northern Brazil identified by immunoassay.

Two immunoassays, the immunoradiometric assay (IRMA) and the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), based on the use of species-specific antisporozoite monoclonal antibodies, were used to analyze a total of 9,040 field-collected Anopheles mosquitoes for plasmodial infection.

Relationships of Anopheles A Group Arboviruses

  • C. CalisherDonna R. SassoKathryn S. C. ManessVladimir N. GheorghiuR. Shope
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Anopheles A, Lukuni, and six serologically related viruses were partially characterized in mice and cell cultures and were cross-tested by a variety of serologic methods, finding no clear relationship between the eight strains.

The serological comparison of strains of influenza virus.

SUMMARY: The antigens of eight strains of influenza virus were compared by a simple and economical complement-fixation technique in which drops on Perspex sheets replaced larger volumes of reagents

Action of Sodium Desoxycholate on Arthropod-Borne Viruses

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Summary All arthropod-borne viruses at present under study in the Rockefeller Foundation Virus Laboratories, New York, have been shown to be readily inactivated by a 1:1000 dilution of sodium

Arboviroses : aspectos clínico - epidemiológicos

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Arboviroses: aspectos clínico-epidemiológicos. In: Instituto Evandro Chagas, 50 anos de contribuição às ciências biológicas e a medicina tropical, Belém, Fundação Serviços de Saúde Pública

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