Genomic analysis of human rotavirus strains G6P[14] and G11P[25] isolated from Kolkata in 2009 reveals interspecies transmission and complex reassortment events.

@article{Mullick2013GenomicAO,
  title={Genomic analysis of human rotavirus strains G6P[14] and G11P[25] isolated from Kolkata in 2009 reveals interspecies transmission and complex reassortment events.},
  author={Satarupa Mullick and Anupam Mukherjee and Santanu Ghosh and Gururaja Perumal Pazhani and D. Jos{\'e} Octavio Tinajero Zenil Mariano Matamoros Sur and Byomkesh Manna and James P Nataro and Myron M. Levine and Thandavarayan Ramamurthy and Mamta Chawla-Sarkar},
  journal={Infection, genetics and evolution : journal of molecular epidemiology and evolutionary genetics in infectious diseases},
  year={2013},
  volume={14},
  pages={15-21}
}
In a community based case-control study in Kolkata, India, in 2009, two human rotaviruses with uncommon genotypes G6P[14] and G11P[25] were identified, having bovine and porcine characteristics respectively. Strain N-1/2009 with G6P[14] and strain N-38/2009 with G11P[25] genotypes, were isolated from a 13months aged boy who was asymptomatic and a 10months old girl with severe diarrhea respectively. The remaining 9 gene segments of these two strains were analyzed to find the exact origin of… CONTINUE READING
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