Coltivirus


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Col·ti·vi·rus

(kol'tē-vī'rus),
A genus in the family Reoviridae that causes Colorado tick fever.
[Colorado tick fever + virus]

Coltivirus

/Col·ti·vi·rus/ (kol´tĭ-vi″rus) a genus of viruses of the family Reoviridae, containing the agent of Colorado tick fever.

Col·ti·vi·rus

(kol'ti-vī-rŭs)
A genus in the family Reoviridae that causes Colorado tick fever.
[Colorado tick fever + virus]

Coltivirus

a genus in the family Reoviridae with only one member virus that causes Colorado tick fever in humans.
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Genotyping of the Chinese isolation of coltivirus [in Chinese].
Reoviruses have wide host ranges and are classified into 11 genera: Orthorevirus, Obrivirus, Rotavirus, Coltivirus, Seadornavirus, Aquareovirus, Cypovirus, Idnoreovirus, Fijivirus, Phytoreovirus, and Oryzavirus in the family Reoviridae by the International Committee for the Taxonomy of Viruses (2000).
Coltiviruses are tickborne viruses of the genus Coltivirus.
Vertebrate viruses belonging to the family Reoviridae and having 12-segmented dsRNA genomes at one time were classified in the genus Coltivirus (Colorado tick virus [CTFV]).
Coltivirus particles are [approximately equal to] 80 nm in diameter and have a core [approximately equal to] 50 nm in diameter.
Sequence analysis of coltivirus genomes has shown that segment 6 of viral protein 6 (VP6) of CTFV is homologous to segment 7 (VP7) of EYAV (Figure 3).
Genus Coltivirus (family Reoviridae): genomic and morphologic characterization of Old World and New World viruses.
Sequence determination and analysis of the full-length genome of Colorado tick fever virus, the type species of genus Coltivirus (family Reoviridae).