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We have modeled a 3D structure for the C-type lectin domain of the African swine fever virus protein EP153R, based on the structure of CD69, CD94 and Ly49A cell receptors, and this model predicts that a dimer of EP153R may establish an asymmetric interaction with one MHC-I molecule. A functional...
Begomovirus is the largest genus within the family Geminiviridae and includes economically important plant DNA viruses infecting a broad range of plant species and causing devastating crop diseases, mainly in subtropical and tropical countries. Besides cultivated plants, many weeds act as virus...
The predominant field strains of Marek’s disease virus in Guangxi were clearly different from the vaccine strain CVI988/Rispens based on sequencing of the envelope glycoprotein I ( g I), glycoprotein E ( g E) and oncogenic meq genes. These differences may be partly responsible for the most...
During the peak outbreak (July–September 2009), a total 1886 patients were screened in eastern India, of which 139 (7.37%) and 52 (2.76%) were positive for pH1N1 and seasonal H1N1, respectively. Full-length HA1, NA, NS1 and PB1-F2 genes of representative strains were sequenced. Phylogenetic...
Astroviruses are frequently associated with enteric diseases in poultry, being isolated from cases of runting-stunting syndrome (RSS) of broiler chickens, poult enteritis complex (PEC), and poult enteritis mortality syndrome (PEMS) of turkeys. Currently, five types of avian astrovirus have been...
Infectious bronchitis viruses (IBVs) are group III coronaviruses that infect poultry worldwide. Genetic variations, including whole-gene deletions, are key to IBV evolution. Australian subgroup 2 IBVs contain sequence insertions and multiple gene deletions that have resulted in a substantial...
Recently, the emergence of a new NoV GII-4 variant strain every 2 or 3 years has been reported. One hundred seventeen NoV GII strains were detected by RT-PCR in children with AGE between August 2008 and February 2010. In phylogenetic analyses, GII-4 and GII-3 were the most frequently detected...
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