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Research Project: ECOLOGY AND PATHOGENESIS OF RE-EMERGING VESICULAR STOMATITIS VIRUS (VSV) IN NORTH AMERICA

Location: Foreign Animal Disease Research

Title: Genome sequences of nine vesicular stomatitis virus isolates from South America

Author
item FOWLER, VERONICA - Pirbright Laboratory
item KING, DAVID - Pirbright Laboratory
item HOWSON, EMMA - Pirbright Laboratory
item MIKIDACHE, MADI - Pirbright Laboratory
item Pauszek, Steven
item Rodriguez, Luis
item KNOWLES, NICK - Pirbright Laboratory
item MIOULET, VALERIE - Pirbright Laboratory
item KING, DONALD - Pirbright Laboratory

Submitted to: Genome Announcements
Publication Type: Other
Publication Acceptance Date: 2/29/2016
Publication Date: 4/14/2016
Citation: Fowler, V.L., King, D.J., Howson, E.L., Mikidache, M., Pauszek, S.J., Rodriguez, L.L., Knowles, N.J., Mioulet, V., King, D.P. 2016. Genome sequences of nine vesicular stomatitis virus isolates from South America. Genome Announcements. 4(2):e00249-16. doi: 10.1128/genomeA00249-16.

Interpretive Summary:

Technical Abstract: We report nine full-genome sequences of vesicular stomatitis virus obtrained by Illumina next-generation sequencing of RNA, isolated from either cattle epithelial suspensions or cell culture supernatants. Seven of these viral genomes belonged to the New Jersey serotype/species, clade III, while two isolates belonged to the Indiana serotype/species.