Genotype shift in human coronavirus OC43 and emergence of a novel genotype by natural recombination

@article{Zhang2015GenotypeSI,
  title={Genotype shift in human coronavirus OC43 and emergence of a novel genotype by natural recombination},
  author={Y. Zhang and J. Li and Y. Xiao and J. Zhang and Ying Wang and Lan Chen and G. Paranhos-Baccala and L. Ren and Jianwei Wang},
  journal={The Journal of Infection},
  year={2015},
  volume={70},
  pages={641 - 650}
}
Summary Background Human coronavirus (HCoV) OC43 is the most prevalent HCoV in respiratory tract infections. Its molecular epidemiological characterization, particularly the genotyping, was poorly addressed. Methods The full-length spike (S), RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp), and nucleocapsid (N) genes were amplified from each respiratory sample collected… Expand
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