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Genetic characterization of an H2N2 influenza virus isolated from a muskrat in Western Siberia

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Title: Genetic characterization of an H2N2 influenza virus isolated from a muskrat in Western Siberia
Authors: Gulyaeva, Marina Browse this author
Sharshov, Kirill Browse this author
Suzuki, Mizuho Browse this author
Sobolev, Ivan Browse this author
Sakoda, Yoshihiro Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Alekseev, Alexander Browse this author
Sivay, Mariya Browse this author
Shestopalova, Lidia Browse this author
Shchelkanov, Michael Browse this author
Shestopalov, Alexander Browse this author
Keywords: H2N2
influenza virus
phylogenetic analysis
Issue Date: Aug-2017
Publisher: The Japanese Society of Veterinary Science
Journal Title: Journal of veterinary medical science
Volume: 79
Issue: 8
Start Page: 1461
End Page: 1465
Publisher DOI: 10.1292/jvms.17-0048
Abstract: Thirty-two muskrats (Ondatra zibethicus) were captured for surveillance of avian influenza virus in wild waterfowl and mammals near Lake Chany, Western Siberia, Russia. A/muskrat/Russia/63/2014 (H2N2) was isolated from an apparently healthy muskrat using chicken embryos. Based on phylogenetic analysis, the hemagglutinin and neuraminidase genes of this isolate were classified into the Eurasian avian-like influenza virus clade and closely related to low pathogenic avian influenza viruses (LPAIVs) isolated from wild water birds in Italy and Sweden, respectively. Other internal genes were also closely related to LPAIVs isolated from Eurasian wild water birds. Results suggest that interspecies transmission of LPAIVs from wild water birds to semiaquatic mammals occurs, facilitating the spread and evolution of LPAIVs in wetland areas of Western Siberia.
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Submitter: 迫田 義博

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