Henipavirus


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Henipavirus

a genus in the family Paramyxoviridae which includes Hendra virus and Nipah virus. See equine henipavirus.
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A heminested primer set targeting the conserved polymerase (large) gene of Respirovirus, Morbillivirus, and Henipavirus was used for sample screening through reverse transcription PCR (8).
Clinical presentations, epidemiologic findings, and serologic results suggest that the virus causing this outbreak was a henipavirus.
Exposure and infection profile of henipavirus case-patients, Sultan Kudurat, Mindanao, Philippines, March 3-May 24, 2014 Slaughter and Meat meat consumption Clinical presentation consumption alone Acute encephalitis syndrome No.
On the basis of the nonredundant protein alignment results, we identified 38 sequence reads that were classified as Henipavirus spp.
In previous henipavirus vaccine efficacy studies in cats and ferrets, a neutralizing antibody titer of 32 was shown to be protective against the development of clinical disease (17).
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).
Henipavirus and Tioman virus antibodies in pteropodid bats, Madagascar.
Clinical outcome of henipavirus infection in hamsters is determined by the route and dose of infection.
In a small proportion of cases, relapse with encephalitis after a mild acute phase is a feature of henipavirus infection and is often fatal.
A total of 339 samples collected from 42 bats were tested for paramyxovirus RNA by PCR targeting L-gene sequences of respirovirus, morbillivirus, and henipavirus (6).
helvum bats compared with that among sympatric species is contrary to our findings for a lyssavirus and an uncharacterized henipavirus (3,4).
In silico identification of a putative new paramyxovirus related to the Henipavirus genus.