Recombinant Goose Circoviruses Circulating in Domesticated and Wild Geese in Poland

@inproceedings{Stenzel2018RecombinantGC,
  title={Recombinant Goose Circoviruses Circulating in Domesticated and Wild Geese in Poland},
  author={Tomasz Stenzel and Daria Dziewulska and Brejnev Muhizi Muhire and Penelope Hartnady and Simona Kraberger and Darren P. Martin and Arvind Varsani},
  booktitle={Viruses},
  year={2018}
}
Circoviruses are circular single-stranded DNA (ssDNA) viruses that infect a variety of animals, both domestic and wild. Circovirus infection in birds is associated with immunosuppression and this in turn predisposes the infected animals to secondary infections that can lead to mortality. Farmed geese (Anser anser) in many parts of the world are infected with circoviruses. The majority of the current genomic information for goose circoviruses (GoCVs) (n = 40) are from birds sampled in China and… CONTINUE READING
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