Genogroup

Genogroup

Related viruses within a genus; may be further subdivided into genetic clusters.
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The CAPM V-351 strain used for biocontrol in Australia and its descendants are genogroup G2 viruses.
2007) Emergence of pathogenic betanodaviruses belonging to the SJNNV genogroup in farmed fish species from the Iberian Peninsula.
Real-time PCR results from the vomitus specimen detected norovirus genogroup I.
The company added ARIES Norovirus Assay is an easy to use, sample to answer test for rapid detection and differentiation of norovirus genogroup I and II from stool specimens of individuals with symptoms of acute gastroenteritis.
The described genus specific assay could be applied for the primary detection of PBV infection in animals and, in combination with the genogroup specific PCRs, for the confirmation of new and emerging PBVs in animals.
Molecular detection of Ehrlichia phagocytophila genogroup organisms in larvae of Neotrombicula autumnalis (Acari: Trombiculidae) captured in Spain.
An approach for genogrouping of japanese isolates of aquabirnaviruses in a new genogroup, VII, based on the VP2/NS junction region.
k)] were established the following three genogroups according to the i constructed haplotypes for a particular HLA-A -B -DRB1: genogroup 1 is defined when i = 1 and this is given by the sum of the frequencies of each HLA-A, -B and -DRB1 alleles; genogroup 2 is defined when i = 2 and this is given by the sum of the frequencies of the HLA-A-B, HLA-B-D RB1 and HLA-A-DRB1 haplotypes; and genogroup 3 is defined when i = 3 and this is given by the frequency of the extended haplotype HLA-A-B-DRB1.
Of confirmed norovirus outbreaks, a genogroup was identified in 2,729 (92%), including 2,341 (86%) GII, 374 (14%) GI, 13 (0.
However, there was significant variation evident in the prevalence of NoV diarrhea and in the predominant genogroup infecting the travelers, depending on the specific geographic location and time period we looked at.
Noroviruses (NoVs) are classified into five genetic groups based on their RNA capsid sequences, with genogroup I (GI) and genogroup II (GII) NoVs causing the most human NoV infections.
Two dominant MDR strains in South East Asia are the Beijing strain and Central Asian strain 1 type (CAS1) or Delhi type genogroup which are expanding rapidly.