Sequencing and phylogenetic analysis of human genotype P[6] rotavirus strains detected in Hungary provides evidence for genetic heterogeneity within the P[6] VP4 gene.

@article{Bnyai2004SequencingAP,
  title={Sequencing and phylogenetic analysis of human genotype P[6] rotavirus strains detected in Hungary provides evidence for genetic heterogeneity within the P[6] VP4 gene.},
  author={K B{\'a}nyai and Vito Martella and Ferenc Jakab and Zsolt B{\'a}nfai and Gy{\"o}rgy G Sz{\"u}cs},
  journal={Journal of clinical microbiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={42 9},
  pages={4338-43}
}
Although rotavirus genotype P[6] is one of the three most common VP4 specificities associated with human infection, the relatively few sequence data available in public databases suggest that the genetic variability within P[6] might be presently unexplored. Thus far, two human P[6] lineages (M37-like and AU19-like) and a single porcine P[6] lineage (Gottfried-like) have been identified by phylogenetic analysis. Serologic studies demonstrated that these three lineages are antigenically distinct… CONTINUE READING

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