Full-length genomic characterizations of two canine parvoviruses prevalent in Northwest China

@article{Han2015FulllengthGC,
  title={Full-length genomic characterizations of two canine parvoviruses prevalent in Northwest China},
  author={Shi-chong Han and Hui-chen Guo and Shi-qi Sun and Long Shu and Yan-quan Wei and De-hui Sun and Sui-Zhong Cao and Guang-neng Peng and Xiangtao Liu},
  journal={Archives of Microbiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={197},
  pages={621-626}
}
Canine parvovirus (CPV) can cause acute hemorrhagic diarrhea and fatal myocarditis in young dogs. Currently, most studies have focused on the evolution of the VP2 gene, whereas the full-length genome of CPV has been rarely reported. In this study, the whole genomes of CPV-LZ1 and CPV-LZ2 strains prevalent in Northwest China were determined and analyzed in comparison with those of the reference CPVs. The genome sequences of both LZ strains consisted of 5053 nucleotides. CPV-LZ1 and CPV-LZ2… CONTINUE READING
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