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- Cortés-Hinojosa, Galaxia; Gulland, Frances M.D.; Goldstein, Tracey; Venn-Watson, Stephanie; Rivera, Rebecca; Waltzek, Thomas B.; Salemi, Marco; Wellehan, James F.X.
- Infection, genetics, and evolution 2015 v.31 pp. 270-276
- Mastadenovirus, etc ; Streptococcus pneumoniae; Trypanosoma cruzi; Zalophus californianus; genome; hepatitis; hosts; humans; pathogens; phylogeny; viruses; wild animals; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... Significant adenoviral diversity has been found in humans, but in domestic and wild animals the number of identified viruses is lower. Here we present the complete genome of a recently discovered mastadenovirus, California sea lion adenovirus 1 (CSLAdV-1) isolated from California sea lions (Zalophus californianus), an important pathogen associated with hepatitis in pinnipeds. The genome of this vi ...
- Nguyen, Thanh H.; Vidovszky, Márton Z.; Ballmann, Mónika Z.; Sanz-Gaitero, Marta; Singh, Abhimanyu K.; Harrach, Balázs; Benkő, Mária; van Raaij, Mark J.
- Virology journal 2015 v.12 no.1 pp. 309
- Mastadenovirus, etc ; Bovine adenovirus D; Escherichia coli; Ovine adenovirus D; Snake adenovirus A; amino acids; cation exchange chromatography; chimerism; coat proteins; crystal structure; gene therapy; head; humans; mercury; ruminants; sequence analysis; topology; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND: In adenoviruses, primary host cell recognition is generally performed by the head domains of their homo-trimeric fibre proteins. This first interaction is reversible. A secondary, irreversible interaction subsequently takes place via other adenovirus capsid proteins and leads to a productive infection. Although many fibre head structures are known for human mastadenoviruses, not many a ...
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