Rubulavirus

Ru·bu·la·vi·rus

(rū'bū-lă-vī'rŭs),
A genus in the family Paramyxoviridae; causes mumps.
Synonym(s): mumpvirus

Rubulavirus

/Ru·bu·la·vi·rus/ (roo´bu-lah-vi″rus) a genus of viruses of the subfamily Paramyxovirinae (family Paramyxoviridae) containing a number of species that cause disease in humans and other animals.

Ru·bu·la·vi·rus

(rū'byū-lă-vī'rŭs)
A genus in the family Paramyxoviridae; causes mumps.

Rubulavirus

a genus in the subfamily Paramyxovirinae.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Paramyxovirinae subfamily comprises 5 genera: Rubulavirus, Respirovirus, Morbillivirus, Henipavirus, and Avulavirus.
Kabakulak Paramyxoviridae ailesinden rubulavirus grubuna ait zarfli, negatif zincirli RNA yapisindaki bir virusunun etken oldugu ozellikle cocuk ve genc eriskinlerde tukuruk bezi tutulumuyla giden sistemik viral bir enfeksiyon hastaligidir (1,2).
Prevalence of henipavirus and rubulavirus antibodies in pteropid bats, Papua New Guinea.
Etken paramyxovirus ailesinden, rubulavirus grubundan bir RNA virusudur (2,5).
To the Editor: In 2010, detection of henipavirus (Hendra or Nipah virus) and rubulavirus (Tioman or Menangle virus) antibodies in fruit bats in Papua New Guinea (PNG) was reported (1).
In addition to the henipaviruses, 2 novel paramyxoviruses in the genus Rubulavirus were discovered in Australia and Malaysia.
Another paramyxovirus, the rubulavirus Tioman (TiV), was isolated from the urine of a P.
Furthermore, 2 other paramyxo-oviruses belonging to the genus Rubulavirus have been associated with flying foxes: Menangle virus, isolated in 1997 from pigs in Australia (13), and Tioman virus, isolated in 1999 from fruit bats in Malaysia (14).
Comparison of its deduced amino acid sequences with those of other family members confirm that Hendra virus is a member of the subfamily Paramyxovirinae, more closely related to members of the Paramyxovirus and Morbillivirus genera than the Rubulavirus genus.