Classification of Dutch and German avian reoviruses by sequencing the σ C protein

@inproceedings{KANTa2003ClassificationOD,
  title={Classification of Dutch and German avian reoviruses by sequencing the σ C protein},
  author={Arie KANTa and Francis BALKb and Leontine BORNb and Dirk VAN ROOZELAARb and Jos HEIJMANSc and Arno GIELKENSb and Agnes TER HUURNEb},
  year={2003}
}
  • Arie KANTa, Francis BALKb, +4 authors Agnes TER HUURNEb
  • Published 2003
We have amplified, cloned and sequenced (part of) the open reading frame of the S1 segment encoding the σ C protein of avian reoviruses isolated from chickens with different disease conditions in Germany and The Netherlands during 1980 up to 2000. These avian reoviruses were analysed phylogenetically and compared with sequences of avian reoviruses in the Genbank database. The avian reoviruses could be grouped in 5 different genotyping clusters and this classification was identical when the… CONTINUE READING
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