Routine surveillance revealed that the prevalence of P rotaviruses circulating in children with acute diarrhea in Guangxi Province, China, increased in 2014. However, VP7 genotyping for these P rotaviruses was unsuccessful. Exhaustive database searching and sequence analysis indicated that the G genotype of these P rotaviruses was G2, and the VP7 genes clustered with recently emerging G2 strains in several countries within an emergent evolutionary lineage that was distinct from the previously designated lineages I–IV as well as lineage V including porcine rotaviruses. Further studies are essential to monitor the potential global spread of this emerging G2 rotavirus.
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Apr 21, 2016
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