Peaton virus

Peaton virus

A member of the Simbu serogroup of the family Bunyaviridae, genus Orthobunyavirus, which is closely related to the Aino, Akabane, Douglas and Tinaroo viruses.
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Three Simbu serogroup viruses, Peaton virus, Sathuperi virus, and Shamonda virus (SHAV), were identified in Japan during the past 2 decades and have been suspected of being involved in congenital defects in calves (8).
Estao incluidos patogenos virais de significante importancia humana e veterinaria, tais como, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus (CCHFV), Rift Valley fever virus (RVFV), Akabane virus (AKAV), Nairobi sheep disease virus (NSDV), Aino virus (AINV) e Peaton virus (PEAV) (4), assim como virus ja isolados na Amazonia Brasileira como: Guaroa virus (GROV), Maguari virus (MAGV), Tacaiuma virus (TCMV), Guama virus (GMAV), Caraparu virus (CARV), Oropouche virus (OROV), Catu virus (CATUV), Icoaraci virus (ICOV) e Belem virus (BLMV), entre outros (2).
Peaton virus: a new simbu group arbovirus isolated from cattle and Culicoides brevitarsis in Australia.
Genetic characterization of Aino and Peaton virus field isolates reveals a genetic reassortment between these viruses in nature.
To enable comparative sequence analysis and phylogenetic investigations, we determined almost full-length S-, M-, and L-segment sequences for 9 Simbu serogroup viruses belonging to 5 species (Table 1): SHAV, Peaton virus, and Sango virus, species Shamonda virus; DOUV and SATV, species Sathuperi virus; Aino virus and Shuni virus, species Shuni virus; Sabo virus, species Akabane virus; and Simbu virus, species Simbu virus.