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Genomic classification of new betanodavirus isolates by phylogenetic analysis of the coat protein gene suggests a low host-fish species specificity
Journal of General Virology
Viral encephalopathy and retinopathy is a devastating disease that causes neurological disorders and high mortality in a large number of cultivated marine fish species around the world. It is now established that several viral strains classified in the genus Betanodavirus of the family Nodaviridae are the aetiological agents of this disease. Betanodaviruses can be classified into four genotypes based on the coat protein gene sequence. Here, the coat protein genes of the three major strainsdoi:10.1099/vir.0.80264-0 pmid:15448371 fatcat:uy3y5gje4zdtfcn3vdlo5ddsgm