Subgroup I serotype 3 human rotavirus strains with long RNA pattern as a result of naturally occurring reassortment between members of the bovine and AU-1 genogroups

O. Nakagomi, E. Kaga, G. Gerna, A. Sarasini, T. Nakagomi

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Abstract

Two human rotavirus strains, PCP 5 and MZ 58, which possessed an unusual combination of subgroup (I), serotype (3) and RNA pattern (long) were examined by RNA-RNA hybridization to determine their genogroup. While these two strains did not belong to either the Wa or the DS-1 genogroup, PCP 5 and MZ 58 possessed seven gene segments that formed hybrids with bovine rotavirus strain NCDV and four gene segments that formed hybrids with human rotavirus strain AU-1. These results suggest that PCP 5 and MZ 58 were intergenogroup reassortants formed in nature between a member of the bovine rotavirus genogroup and a member of the AU-1 genogroup.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)337-342
Number of pages6
JournalArchives of Virology
Volume126
Issue number1-4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Mar 1992

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