Viruses in the genus Pestivirus
infect mammals, including members of the Bovidae and the Suidae.
Scientists are tracking a new species of pestivirus
that could pose a threat to U.
1) described an outbreak of severe respiratory disease in calves in Italy caused by an atypical bovine pestivirus.
The origin of the bovine pestivirus and the route of introduction into the herd are unclear, although phylogenies demonstrated a close relationship between this virus strain from Italy and atypical bovine pestiviruses from Brazil.
Imino sugars inhibit the formation and secretion of bovine viral diarrhea virus, a pestivirus
model of hepatitis C virus: Implications for the development of broad spectrum anti-hepatitis virus agents.
5 es una inmunoglobulina G2b que reacciona con un epitope de la glicoproteina viral Erns (glicoproteina E0) altamente conservada entre los pestivirus
y resistente a los efectos de la fijacion.
The study evaluated the potential for the development of resistance to valopicitabine in an in vitro infection model that uses bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV), a pestivirus
related to the hepatitis C virus.
Investigators at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine have discovered that pestivirus
, an organism commonly living in animals, may be the cause of gastroenteritis in children when no other pathogen (disease-causing organism) can be identified.
The paper, entitled: "Action of celgosivir (6 O-butanoyl castanospermine) against the pestivirus
BVDV: implications for the treatment of hepatitis C" was published in a recent issue of the peer-reviewed journal, Antiviral Chemistry & Chemotherapy (Volume 15 Issue 3; Pages 141-151).
A new type of pestivirus
in wildlife has been identified by Agricultural Research Service scientists.
(family Flaviviridae) includes Bovine viral diarrhea virus type 1 (BVDV-1) and Bovine viral diarrhea virus type 2 (BVDV-2), Classical swine fever virus (CSFV), Border disease virus (BDV), and other pestivirus
species detected in wild ruminants (1,2).
In 2001 and 2002 a new pestivirus
(family Flaviviridae) was associated with an outbreak of a previously unreported disease in Pyrenean chamois (R.