Tahyna virus


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Ta·hy·na vi·rus

a California group arbovirus genus Bunyavirus, in the family Bunyaviridae, from central Europe, known to infect humans.

Tahyna virus

A negative-sense, single-stranded RNA virus of the Bunyaviridae family, genus Orthobunyavirus, California serogroup. It is widely distributed in Europe and Asia, transported by culicine (Culex spp) mosquitoes, and clinically causes fever and influenza-like symptoms, which may in some cases by accompanied by pneumonia and pleurisy, acute arthritis, pharyngitis and CNS involvement.

Tahyna virus

Abbreviation: TAH
A European arbovirus of the Bunyaviridae family. It is transmitted to humans by mosquito bite and causes fevers, respiratory illnesses, encephalitis, and meningitis.
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Tahyna virus

a virus of the California group of the genus Bunyavirus, family Bunyaviridae, associated with the occurrence of encephalitis in humans and for which many domestic and wild animals act as reservoirs.
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Moreover, no systematic studies have been conducted to determine the extent to which Tahyna virus is circulating, even though the virus is known to be present in UK birds (3).
Potential Chlamydia Arboviruses zoonotic psittaci Tickborne diseases Coxiella encephalitis carried by burnetii Crimean-Congo hedgehogs: Yersinia hemorrhagic pestis fever Tahyna virus Bhanja virus Paramyxovirus Protozoal Mycotic I.
The isolation of the Tahyna virus from the mosquito Aeries vexans in southern Moravia.