The first detection and whole genome characterization of the G6P[15] group A rotavirus strain from roe deer.

@article{JamnikarCiglenecki2016TheFD,
  title={The first detection and whole genome characterization of the G6P[15] group A rotavirus strain from roe deer.},
  author={Urska Jamnikar-Ciglenecki and Ur{\vs}ka Kuhar and Sabina Sturm and Andrej Kirbi{\vs} and Nejc Ra{\vc}ki and Andrej Steyer},
  journal={Veterinary microbiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={191},
  pages={
          52-9
        }
}
Although rotaviruses have been detected in a variety of host species, there are only limited records of their occurrence in deer, where their role is unknown. In this study, group A rotavirus was identified in roe deer during a study of enteric viruses in game animals. 102 samples of intestinal content were collected from roe deer (56), wild boars (29), chamois (10), red deer (6) and mouflon (1), but only one sample from roe deer was positive. Following whole genome sequence analysis, the… CONTINUE READING
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