Genetic diversity in the yellow head nidovirus complex

@article{Wijegoonawardane2008GeneticDI,
  title={Genetic diversity in the yellow head nidovirus complex},
  author={P. Wijegoonawardane and J. Cowley and T. Phan and R. A. Hodgson and L. Nielsen and W. Kiatpathomchai and P. Walker},
  journal={Virology},
  year={2008},
  volume={380},
  pages={213 - 225}
}
Abstract Penaeus monodon shrimp collected from across the Indo-Pacific region during 1997–2004 were screened for the presence of yellow head-related viruses. Phylogenetic analyses of amplified ORF1b gene segments identified at least six distinct genetic lineages (genotypes). Genotype 1 (YHV) was detected only in shrimp with yellow head disease. Genotype 2 (GAV) was detected in diseased shrimp with the less severe condition described as mid-crop mortality syndrome and in healthy shrimp… Expand
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