Recombination of mumps virus (MuV) has rarely been reported. In this study, phylogenetic and recombination analyses were performed on 30 complete MuV genomes, including 17 vaccine and 13 wild-type strains. One potentially significant recombination event was found to have occurred between the lineage represented by the vaccine strain L3/Russia/Vector (AY508995) as the minor parent and wild MuV strain Drag94 (AY669145) as the major parent, and this led to a recombinant, 9218/Zg98 (EU370206), a wild-type MuV strain isolated from a 3-year-old boy with parotitis. In summary, we found a recombinant of MuV derived from vaccine and wild-type MuV strains.
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 1, 2010
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