Molecular characterization of three novel murine noroviruses

  title={Molecular characterization of three novel murine noroviruses},
  author={Charlie C Hsu and L. Riley and R. Livingston},
  journal={Virus Genes},
  • Charlie C Hsu, L. Riley, R. Livingston
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Virus Genes
  • Murine noroviruses (MNV) comprise a group of newly recognized pathogens infecting laboratory mice. The first reported murine norovirus, murine norovirus 1 (MNV-1), produces a transient infection with a short duration of fecal shedding after infection of immunocompetent laboratory mice. Our laboratory subsequently isolated three novel murine noroviruses, murine norovirus 2 (MNV-2), murine norovirus 3 (MNV-3), and murine norovirus 4 (MNV-4), that have markedly different pathogenicity from MNV-1… CONTINUE READING
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