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Mycovirus-like DNA Virus Sequences From Cattle Serum and Human Brain and Serum Samples From Multiple Sclerosis Patients

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Mycovirus-like DNA Virus Sequences From Cattle Serum and Human Brain and Serum Samples From Multiple Sclerosis Patients

Iranzu Lamberto et al. Genome Announc.

Abstract

Myco-like viruses have been isolated from fungi, feces of various animals, and plant leaves. We report here the isolation of 3 complete genome sequences of gemycircularvirus-related viruses from healthy bovine serum and human brain and serum samples from patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). Their putative capsid proteins share similarity to Torque teno virus (TTV) open reading frame 1 (ORF1) proteins.

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