In a recent study, we used RT-PCR and partial genome sequencing to detect simian enteroviruses SV6, SV19 and SV46, as well as two new enterovirus types (EV92 and EV103) in fecal specimens from rhesus macaques ( Macaca mulatta ), pigtail macaques ( M. nemestrina ), and sooty mangabeys ( Cercocebus atys ) with diarrheal disease at a US primate center. The complete genome sequences of representative SV46, EV92, and EV103 strains, presented here, show that SV46 and EV92 are typical of the simian enteroviruses classified within the species Human enterovirus A , while EV103 appears to belong to an unclassified species that also contains SV6 and N125/N203.
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 1, 2008
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