Birnavirus

Bir·navi·rus

(bir'nă-vī'rŭs),
A virus in the family Birnaviridae that includes infectious bursal disease virus of chickens, ducks, and turkeys; an infectious pancreatic necrosis virus of fish.
[bi- + RNA + virus]
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These vaccines have been in use as prevention of infectious disease like nodavirus, viral hemorrhagic septicaemia, rhabdovirus, and birnavirus [10].
Sommer-Wagner, "Amino acids contributing to antigenic drift in the infectious bursal disease Birnavirus (IBDV)," Virology, vol.
Suzuki, "An anti-apoptosis gene of the Bcl-2 family from marine birnavirus inhibiting apoptosis of insect cells infected with baculovirus," Virus Genes, vol.
Isolation of Streptococcus agalactiae and an aquatic birnavirus from doctor fish Garra rufa L.
Las secuencias obtenidas se compararon y clasificaron en base a cepas de referencia de birnavirus acuaticos chilenos y extranjeros disponibles en Genbank y reportadas en publicaciones cientificas (i.e., Blake et al., 2001; Eissler et al., 2011; Mutoloki & Evensen, 2011; Calleja et al., 2012; Ruane et al., 2015; Jorquera et al., 2016).
Self-guanylylation of birnavirus VP 1 does not require an intact polymerase activity site.
Pathogenicity of a birnavirus to hard clam (Meretix lusoria) and effect of temperature stress on its virulence.
La Enfermedad Infecciosa de la Bursa (EIB) o Enfermedad de Gumboro es una infeccion viral aguda, altamente contagiosa de pollos jovenes, cuyo agente etiologico es un Birnavirus que es considerado como el principal agente inmunosupresor de las aves (Banda y Villegas, 2004); ademas, es resistente a agentes fisicos y quimicos, persistiendo en el medio ambiente y en instalaciones avicolas por largo tiempo.