Full-Length Genome Analyses of Two New Simian Immunodeficiency Virus (SIV) Strains from Mustached Monkeys (C. Cephus) in Gabon Illustrate a Complex Evolutionary History among the SIVmus/mon/gsn Lineage

@article{Ligeois2014FullLengthGA,
  title={Full-Length Genome Analyses of Two New Simian Immunodeficiency Virus (SIV) Strains from Mustached Monkeys (C. Cephus) in Gabon Illustrate a Complex Evolutionary History among the SIVmus/mon/gsn Lineage},
  author={F. Li{\'e}geois and F. Schmidt and V. Bou{\'e} and C. Butel and Fatima Mouacha and P. Ngari and Bertrand Mve Ondo and E. Leroy and J. Heeney and E. Delaporte and M. Peeters and F. Rouet},
  journal={Viruses},
  year={2014},
  volume={6},
  pages={2880 - 2898}
}
The Simian Immunodeficiency Virus (SIV) mus/mon/gsn lineage is a descendant of one of the precursor viruses to the HIV-1/SIVcpz/gor viral lineage. SIVmus and SIVgsn were sequenced from mustached and greater spot nosed monkeys in Cameroon and SIVmon from mona monkeys in Cameroon and Nigeria. In order to further document the genetic diversity of SIVmus, we analyzed two full-length genomes of new strains identified in Gabon. The whole genomes obtained showed the expected reading frames for gag… Expand
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