Sequence analysis of vietnamese P[6] rotavirus strains suggests evidence of interspecies transmission

@article{Nguyen2007SequenceAO,
  title={Sequence analysis of vietnamese P[6] rotavirus strains suggests evidence of interspecies transmission},
  author={T. Nguyen and P. Khamrin and Q. D. Trinh and T. Phan and L. D. Pham and L. Hoang and K. Hoang and F. Yagyu and S. Okitsu and H. Ushijima},
  journal={Journal of Medical Virology},
  year={2007},
  volume={79}
}
Nucleotide and amino acid sequences of the VP8☆ gene of five Vietnamese P[6] rotavirus strains detected from hospitalized patients with acute gastroenteritis were analyzed and compared with other human and porcine P[6] rotaviruses. It is of interest that these strains had greatest identity with two Italian porcine rotavirus strains, 134/04‐10 and 134/04‐11. To our knowledge, these five Vietnamese rotaviruses are the rare P[6] rotavirus strains belonging to lineage I that cluster into sublineage… Expand
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