Kairi virus | definition of Kairi virus by Medical dictionary
Kairi virus A species of Orthobunyavirus isolated from febrile horses and humans in Argentina, which is not thought to cause clinically significant disease.
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We previously reported the isolation of Cache Valley virus (CVV), Kairi virus
(KRIV), Cholul virus (CHLV), and South River virus (SOURV) from mosquitoes in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico (1-3).