Lausannevirus, a giant amoebal virus encoding histone doublets.

@article{Thomas2011LausannevirusAG,
  title={Lausannevirus, a giant amoebal virus encoding histone doublets.},
  author={Vincent Thomas and Claire Bertelli and F. Collyn and Nicola Casson and Amalio Telenti and Alexander Goesmann and Antony Croxatto and Gilbert Greub},
  journal={Environmental microbiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={13 6},
  pages={1454-66}
}
Large viruses infecting algae or amoebae belong to the NucleoCytoplasmic Large DNA Viruses (NCLDV) and present genotypic and phenotypic characteristics that have raised major interest among microbiologists. Here, we describe a new large virus discovered in Acanthamoeba castellanii co-culture of an environmental sample. The virus, referred to as Lausannevirus, has a very limited host range, infecting Acanthamoeba spp. but being unable to infect other amoebae and mammalian cell lines tested… CONTINUE READING
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