Mosavirus (mosavirus A1, M-7/2010/USA, JF973687), a novel picornavirus, was found in a canyon mouse ( Peromyscus crinitus ) in the USA in 2010. It represents a novel species ( Mosavirus A ) in a novel genus ( Mosavirus ) in the family Picornaviridae . In this study, the first complete genome sequence of another mosavirus, SZAL6-MoV/2011/HUN (KF958461), was determined from one out of 18 fecal samples from an Afro-Palearctic migratory bird, the European roller ( Coracias garrulus ). The complete genome of SZAL6-MoV/2011/HUN is 8385 nt long (from poly(C) tract to poly(A) tail), contains a 646-nt-long 5′UTR that forms a type II IRES, and encodes a potential 2550-aa-long polyprotein precursor including an aphthovirus-like L pro -proteinase, a small aphthovirus-like 2A NPG↓P , and two 3B VPg proteins. SZAL6-MoV/2011/HUN has 67 %, 74 %, and 76 % aa sequence identity in the P1, P2, and P3 region, respectively, to M-7/2010/USA and represents a second mosavirus type, mosavirus A2.
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 1, 2014
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