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Identification of a pegivirus (GB virus-like virus) that infects horses

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  1. CO-HEP; Copenhagen Hepatitis C Program

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  1. Equine pegiviruses cause persistent infection of bone marrow and are not associated with hepatitis

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  4. Functional Interplay between RNA Viruses and Non-Coding RNA in Mammals

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  5. Viral persistence, liver disease and host response in Hepatitis C-like virus rat model

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  • Amit Kapoor
  • Peter Simmonds
  • John M Cullen
  • Troels K H Scheel
  • Jan L Medina
  • Federico Giannitti
  • Eiko Nishiuchi
  • Kenny V Brock
  • Peter D Burbelo
  • Charles M Rice
  • W Ian Lipkin
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The recent identification of nonprimate hepaciviruses in dogs and then in horses prompted us to look for pegiviruses (GB virus-like viruses) in these species. Although none were detected in canines, we found widespread natural infection of horses by a novel pegivirus. Unique genomic features and phylogenetic analyses confirmed that the tentatively named equine pegivirus (EPgV) represents a novel species within the Pegivirus genus. We also determined that EPgV causes persistent viremia whereas its clinical significance is undetermined.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftJournal of Virology
Vol/bind87
Udgave nummer12
Sider (fra-til)7185-90
Antal sider6
ISSN0022-538X
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StatusUdgivet - jun. 2013

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