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- Kobayashi, Shintaro; Sasaki, Michihito; Nakao, Ryo; Setiyono, Agus; Handharyani, Ekowati; Orba, Yasuko; Rahmadani, Ibnu; Taha, Siswatiana; Adiani, Sri; Subangkit, Mawar; Nakamura, Ichiro; Kimura, Takashi; Sawa, Hirofumi
- Archives of virology 2015 v.160 no.4 pp. 1075-1082
- Polyomaviridae, etc ; Chiroptera; DNA; genome; humans; nucleotide sequences; pathogens; phylogeny; polymerase chain reaction; spleen; Indonesia; Show all 11 Subjects
- ... Bats are an important natural reservoir for a variety of viral pathogens, including polyomaviruses (PyVs). The aims of this study were: (i) to determine which PyVs are present in bats in Indonesia and (ii) to analyze the evolutionary relationships between bat PyVs and other known PyVs. Using broad-spectrum polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based assays, we screened PyV DNA isolated from spleen sampl ...
- Johne, R.; Müller, H.
- Archives of virology 1998 v.143 no.8 pp. 1501-1512
- Polyomaviridae, etc ; Southern blotting; chickens; Buteo; Agapornis; consensus sequence; antibodies; genome; polymerase chain reaction; serotypes; parakeets; pathogenicity; genotype; nucleotide sequences; viruses; Falco; wild birds; budgerigars; falcons; Germany; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... Avian polyomavirus (APV) infections have been reported to cause fatal disease in a wide range of psittacine species. Here we demonstrate APV infections in buzzards (Buteo buteo) and in a falcon (Falco tinnunculus) found dead in Germany, and in lovebirds (Agapornis pullaria) with fatal disease, wild-caught in Moçambique. APV infection in buzzards was determined by PCR amplification of parts of the ...