A newly discovered human pneumovirus
isolated from young children with respiratory tract disease.
Respiratuar sinsisyal virus, Paramyxoviridae ailesi Pneumovirus
grubundan zarsi ve orta buyuklukte (120-300nm) bir solunum yolu virusudur.
(APV) RNA from wild and sentinel birds in the United States has genetic homology with RNA from APV isolates from domestic turkeys.
Osterhaus and his team published their discovery of hMPV in Nature Medicine (A Newly Discovered Human Pneumovirus
Isolated from Young Children with Respiratory Tract Disease; Nature Medicine June 2001, Vol.
Respiratory syncytial virus is a member of the Parmyxoviridae family of RNA viruses in the genus Pneumovirus
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Preliminary antigenic characterization of an avian Pneumovirus
isolated from a commercial turkeys in Colorado, USA.
cgi) analysis showed the virus to be closely related to murine pneumovirus
(MPV), traditionally known as pneumonia virus of mice.
Differential resistance/susceptibility patterns to pneumovirus
infection among inbred mouse strains.
Matrix protein gene nucleotide and predicted amino acid sequence demonstrate that the first US avian pneumovirus
isolate is distinct from European strains.
Human metapneumovirus (HMPV), a newly discovered member of the family Paramyxoviridae, pneumovirus
subfamily, was first isolated in the Netherlands in 2001 (1).
Genetically, its closest relative is the avian pneumovirus
type C (1,13,14); however, clinically, it resembles the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) (15), a common respiratory pathogen classified in the family Paramyxoviridae, subfamily Pneumovirinae.