Genome sequences of human rhinoviruses (HRV) have primarily been from stocks collected in the 1960s, with genomes and phylogeny of modern HRVs remaining undefined. Here, two modern isolates (hrv-A101 and hrv-A101-v1) collected ~8 years apart were sequenced in their entirety. Incorporation into our full-genome HRV alignment with subsequent phylogenetic network inference indicated that these represent a unique HRV-A , localized within a distinct divergent clade. They appear to have resulted from recombination of the hrv-65 and hrv-78 lineages. These results support our contention that there are unrecognized distinct HRV-A strains, and that recombination is evident in currently circulating strains.
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 1, 2010
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