Genetic diversity and intergenogroup recombination events of sapoviruses detected from feces of pigs in Japan.

@article{Kuroda2017GeneticDA,
  title={Genetic diversity and intergenogroup recombination events of sapoviruses detected from feces of pigs in Japan.},
  author={Moegi Kuroda and Tsuneyuki Masuda and Mika Ito and Yuki Naoi and Yen Hai Doan and Kazunori Haga and Shinobu Tsuchiaka and Mai Kishimoto and Kaori Sano and Tsutomu Omatsu and Yoshinori Katayama and Mami Oba and Hiroshi Aoki and Toru Ichimaru and Fujiko Sunaga and Itsuro Mukono and Hiroshi Yamasato and Junsuke Shirai and Kazuhiko Katayama and Tomohiko Mizutani and Tomoichiro Oka and Makoto Nagai},
  journal={Infection, genetics and evolution : journal of molecular epidemiology and evolutionary genetics in infectious diseases},
  year={2017},
  volume={55},
  pages={
          209-217
        }
}
Sapoviruses (SaV) are enteric viruses infecting humans and animals. SaVs are highly diverse and are divided into multiple genogroups based on structural protein (VP1) sequences. SaVs detected from pigs belong to eight genogroups (GIII, GV, GVI, GVII, GVIII, GIX, GX, and GXI), but little is known about the SaV genogroup distribution in the Japanese pig population. In the present study, 26 nearly complete genome (>6000 nucleotide: nt) and three partial sequences (2429nt, 4364nt, and 4419nt in… CONTINUE READING
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