Coronaviruses detected in brazilian wild birds reveal close evolutionary relationships with beta- and deltacoronaviruses isolated from mammals

Coronaviruses detected in brazilian wild birds reveal close evolutionary relationships with beta- and deltacoronaviruses isolated from mammals

Ricardo Durães-Carvalho, Leonardo C. Caserta, Ana C. S. Barnabé, Matheus C. Martini, Helena L. Ferreira, Paulo A. N. Felippe, Márcia B. Santos, Clarice W. Arns

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This study showed that the most of the coronaviruses (CoVs) detected in Brazilian wild birds clustered with the mouse hepatitis virus A59 strain, belonging to the BetaCoV group. Furthermore, CoV detected in two different bird species, Amazona vinacea and Brotogeris tirica, clustered with a CoV...

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Coronaviruses detected in brazilian wild birds reveal close evolutionary relationships with beta- and deltacoronaviruses isolated from mammals

Ricardo Durães-Carvalho, Leonardo C. Caserta, Ana C. S. Barnabé, Matheus C. Martini, Helena L. Ferreira, Paulo A. N. Felippe, Márcia B. Santos, Clarice W. Arns


										

Coronaviruses detected in brazilian wild birds reveal close evolutionary relationships with beta- and deltacoronaviruses isolated from mammals

Ricardo Durães-Carvalho, Leonardo C. Caserta, Ana C. S. Barnabé, Matheus C. Martini, Helena L. Ferreira, Paulo A. N. Felippe, Márcia B. Santos, Clarice W. Arns

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    Journal of molecular evolution

    Vol. 81, no. 1-2 (Aug., 2015), p. 21-23