Evolutionary history and global spread of the emerging g12 human rotaviruses.

  title={Evolutionary history and global spread of the emerging g12 human rotaviruses.},
  author={Mustafizur Rahman and Jelle Matthijnssens and Xuelei Yang and Thomas Delbeke and Ingrid Arijs and Koki Taniguchi and Miren Iturriza-G{\'o}mara and Nadia Iftekharuddin and Tasnim Azim and Marc van Ranst},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  volume={81 5},
G12 rotaviruses were first detected in diarrheic children in the Philippines in 1987, but no further cases were reported until 1998. However, G12 rotaviruses have been detected all over the world in recent years. Here, we report the worldwide variations of G12 rotaviruses to investigate the evolutionary mechanisms by which they managed to spread globally in a short period of time. We sequenced the complete genomes (11 segments) of nine G12 rotaviruses isolated in Bangladesh, Belgium, Thailand… CONTINUE READING
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