publication . Article . 2020

Nidoviruses associated with aquatic animals

Leonid P. Buchatsky; Vladimir V. Makarov;
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  • Published: 01 Jun 2020 Journal: Ветеринария сегодня, issue 2, pages 115-121 (issn: 2658-6959, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Da Vinci Media
<jats:p>Nidoviruses comprise the most complex grouping among other viruses with respect to their multiplicity, phylogeny, systematics, species identification, genetic relationships within a taxon, progressive variability. Like other single-stranded RNA viruses, nidoviruses have a relatively high ability to mutate and recombine, which allows them to quickly adapt to new hosts and new ecological niches. Although most of the known representatives of nidoviruses are associated with terrestrial hosts, more and more data has recently appeared on nidoviruses recovered from aquatic organisms. This review is the analysis of current data on the representatives of the orde...
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free text keywords: nidoviruses, coronaviruses, tobaniviruses, roniviruses, spread, pathogenesis, lcsh:Veterinary medicine, lcsh:SF600-1100, Biology, Systematics, Virus classification, Terrestrial animal, biology.organism_classification, Aquatic animal, Evolutionary biology, Taxon, Phylogenetics, Metagenomics, Ecological niche
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