Consensus proposals for classification of the family Hepeviridae

@article{Smith2014ConsensusPF,
  title={Consensus proposals for classification of the family Hepeviridae},
  author={Donald B. Smith and P. Simmonds and S. Jameel and S. Emerson and T. Harrison and X. Meng and H. Okamoto and W. V. D. van der Poel and M. Purdy},
  journal={The Journal of General Virology},
  year={2014},
  volume={95},
  pages={2223 - 2232}
}
The family Hepeviridae consists of positive-stranded RNA viruses that infect a wide range of mammalian species, as well as chickens and trout. A subset of these viruses infects humans and can cause a self-limiting acute hepatitis that may become chronic in immunosuppressed individuals. Current published descriptions of the taxonomical divisions within the family Hepeviridae are contradictory in relation to the assignment of species and genotypes. Through analysis of existing sequence… Expand
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