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Comprehensive evolutionary and phylogenetic analysis of Hepacivirus N (HNV).
da Silva MS, et al. J Gen Virol 2018. PMID 29792591
Hepaciviruses (HVs) have been detected in several domestic and wild animals and present high genetic diversity. The actual classification divides the genus Hepacivirus into 14 species (A-N), according to their phylogenetic relationships, including the bovine hepacivirus [Hepacivirus N (HNV)]. ...Based on the current classification of HCV, which is divided into genotypes and subtypes, we analysed all available bovine hepacivirus sequences in the GenBank database and proposed an HNV classification. ...
Hepaciviruses (HVs) have been detected in several domestic and wild animals and present high genetic diversity. The actual classif
A Novel Hepacivirus in Wild Rodents from South America.
de Souza WM, et al. Viruses 2019. PMID 30909631 Free PMC article.
The Hepacivirus genus comprises single-stranded positive-sense RNA viruses within the family Flaviviridae. Several hepaciviruses have been identified in different mammals, including multiple rodent species in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America. ...In sum, our results expand the host range, viral diversity, and geographical distribution of the Hepacivirus genus....
The Hepacivirus genus comprises single-stranded positive-sense RNA viruses within the family Flaviviridae. Several hepaciviruses
Expanded classification of hepatitis C virus into 7 genotypes and 67 subtypes: updated criteria and genotype assignment web resource.
Smith DB, et al. Hepatology 2014. PMID 24115039 Free PMC article.
The 2005 consensus proposal for the classification of hepatitis C virus (HCV) presented an agreed and uniform nomenclature for HCV variants and the criteria for their assignment into genotypes and subtypes. ...Analysis resolved several nomenclature conflicts between genotype designations and using consensus criteria created a classification of HCV into seven confirmed genotypes and 67 subtypes. ...
The 2005 consensus proposal for the classification of hepatitis C virus (HCV) presented an agreed and uniform nomenclature for HCV va …
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