Family Coronaviridae

@inproceedings{Coronaviridae2012FamilyC,
  title={Family Coronaviridae},
  author={Family Coronaviridae},
  booktitle={Virus Taxonomy},
  year={2012}
}
RNA structure analysis of alphacoronavirus terminal genome regions
Novel divergent nidovirus in a python with pneumonia.
TLDR
Analysis of genome organization and phylogenetic analysis of polyprotein 1ab suggests that this virus belongs to the subfamily Torovirinae, and results of this study provide novel insights into the genetic diversity within the order Nidovirales.
Leader sequences of coronavirus are altered during infection.
TLDR
It is demonstrated that the replication intermediates of minus strand of subgenomic RNA (sgRNA) can be readily recovered from SARS-CoV infected cells and a novel sgmRNA (M-1) was identified as a short version of membrane (M) gene, implying that the leader sequence of coronavirus might be unstable and leader alterations during SARS -CoV transmission in humans might have negative impact on its viral infectivity.
Coronaviruses in Aquatic Organisms
Genomic characterization of seven distinct bat coronaviruses in Kenya
Gamma and Deltacoronaviruses in quail and pheasants from Northern Italy1
TLDR
RNA‐dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp) analyses showed the susceptibility of quail also to Deltacoronavirus, suggesting that quail and pheasant avian coronaviruses share spike genes identical to chicken IBV spike genes and quail might host Deltacanavirus.
Complete genomic sequence of the coronavirus transmissible gastroenteritis virus SHXB isolated in China
TLDR
Phylogenetic analysis showed that TGEV SHXB was closely related to the Purdue strains and shared a common ancestor with the Miller strains as well as strain PRCV-ISU-1.
Coronavirus cis-Acting RNA Elements
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Analysis of the nucleotide sequence, organization, and expression of the 26.6-kb genome provided conclusive evidence for a phylogenetic relationship between WBV and nidoviruses and appeals for a more extensive characterization of nonmammalian nidviruses to better understand the evolution of these largest known RNA viruses.
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The present evidence supports that bat coronaviruses are the gene pools of group 1 and 2 coronaviraluses, whereas bird coronavirus are the genes of group 3 coronavIRuses.
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Biochemical aspects of coronavirus replication and virus-host interaction.
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A Contemporary View of Coronavirus Transcription
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TLDR
Coronaviruses: Molecular and Cellular Biology is published as a monograph for the first time in a systematic fashion and aims to provide a scaffolding for future studies of these enigmatic viruses.