Recombination in the Evolution of Enterovirus C Species Sub-Group that Contains Types CVA-21, CVA-24, EV-C95, EV-C96 and EV-C99

@inproceedings{Smura2014RecombinationIT,
  title={Recombination in the Evolution of Enterovirus C Species Sub-Group that Contains Types CVA-21, CVA-24, EV-C95, EV-C96 and EV-C99},
  author={Teemu P Smura and Soile Blomqvist and Tytti Vuorinen and Olga Ya Ivanova and Elena O. Samoilovich and Haider Al-Hello and Carita Savolainen-Kopra and Tapani Hovi and Merja M Roivainen},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
Genetic recombination is considered to be a very frequent phenomenon among enteroviruses (Family Picornaviridae, Genus Enterovirus). However, the recombination patterns may differ between enterovirus species and between types within species. Enterovirus C (EV-C) species contains 21 types. In the capsid coding P1 region, the types of EV-C species cluster further into three sub-groups (designated here as A-C). In this study, the recombination pattern of EV-C species sub-group B that contains… CONTINUE READING
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