Human Sapovirus in Mussels from Ría do Burgo, A Coruña (Spain)

@article{Varela2016HumanSI,
  title={Human Sapovirus in Mussels from R{\'i}a do Burgo, A Coru{\~n}a (Spain)},
  author={Miguel F. Varela and Annalise S. Hooper and Enrique Rivadulla and Jes{\'u}s L Romalde},
  journal={Food and Environmental Virology},
  year={2016},
  volume={8},
  pages={187-193}
}
The prevalence and genetical diversity of human Sapovirus were studied during an 18-month study in Ría do Burgo, an estuary nearby the city of A Coruña in Galicia (NW Spain). Sapovirus was detected using RT-qPCR procedure in 30 out of 80 mussel samples (37.5 %). Quantifications ranged from 2.2 × 103 to 2.1 × 105 RNA copies per gram of digestive tissue. Detection occurred mainly during the cold and rainy seasons of the period studied. Sequences obtained could be distributed into 5 genotypes… CONTINUE READING

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