The universal system of virus taxonomy of the International Committee on Virus Taxonomy (ICTV), including new proposals ratified since publication of the Sixth ICTV Report in 1995

The universal system of virus taxonomy of the International Committee on Virus Taxonomy (ICTV),... Virology Division News 203 Arch Virol 143/1 (1998) Virology Division News VDN The universal system of virus taxonomy of the International Committee on Virus Taxonomy (ICTV), including new proposals ratified since publication of the Sixth ICTV Report in 1995 C. R. Pringle Biology Sciences Department, University of Warwick, Coventry, U.K. A number of new taxonomic proposals have been considered by the Executive Committee of the International Committee on Virus Taxonomy (ICTV) since publication of its Sixth Report in 1995 [2]. Several of these proposals were ratified subsequently at the Plenary Meeting of the ICTV during the Tenth International Congress of Virology in Jerusalem in August 1996. Others have been ratified by postal ballot of the full membership of the ICTV subsequent to a meeting of the Executive Committee of the ICTV in Strasbourg in May 1997. Table 1 presents the current version of the Universal System of Virus Taxonomy which includes the new taxonomic proposals which have been ratified by the ICTV up to the end of 1997 [1]. This is an abbreviated version of the up-dated taxonomy; it does not extend to the listing of approved virus species, a feature which is expanding rapidly. A major revision of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Virology Springer Journals

The universal system of virus taxonomy of the International Committee on Virus Taxonomy (ICTV), including new proposals ratified since publication of the Sixth ICTV Report in 1995

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Virology Division News 203 Arch Virol 143/1 (1998) Virology Division News VDN The universal system of virus taxonomy of the International Committee on Virus Taxonomy (ICTV), including new proposals ratified since publication of the Sixth ICTV Report in 1995 C. R. Pringle Biology Sciences Department, University of Warwick, Coventry, U.K. A number of new taxonomic proposals have been considered by the Executive Committee of the International Committee on Virus Taxonomy (ICTV) since publication of its Sixth Report in 1995 [2]. Several of these proposals were ratified subsequently at the Plenary Meeting of the ICTV during the Tenth International Congress of Virology in Jerusalem in August 1996. Others have been ratified by postal ballot of the full membership of the ICTV subsequent to a meeting of the Executive Committee of the ICTV in Strasbourg in May 1997. Table 1 presents the current version of the Universal System of Virus Taxonomy which includes the new taxonomic proposals which have been ratified by the ICTV up to the end of 1997 [1]. This is an abbreviated version of the up-dated taxonomy; it does not extend to the listing of approved virus species, a feature which is expanding rapidly. A major revision of

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Published: Jan 1, 1998

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