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Archives of Virology

Official Journal of the Virology Division of the International Union of Microbiological Societies


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30.09.2022 | Annotated Sequence Record

Complete genome sequence of a novel mitovirus isolated from the fungus Fusarium equiseti causing potato dry rot

In this study, a novel mitovirus was isolated from the fungus Fusarium equiseti causing potato dry rot and tentatively designated as "Fusarium equiseti mitovirus 1" (FeMV1). The full-length genome sequence of FeMV1 consists of 2,459 nucleotides …

Open Access 29.09.2022 | Brief Report

A multiplex real-time reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction assay for differentiation of classical and variant II strains of avian infectious bronchitis virus

Identification of avian infectious bronchitis virus (IBV) genotypes is essential for controlling infectious bronchitis (IB) disease, because vaccines that differ from the circulating strains might not provide efficient cross-protection. In Egypt …

29.09.2022 | Review

Recent advances in enterovirus A71 pathogenesis: a focus on fatal human enterovirus A71 infection

Enterovirus A71 (EV-A71) is one of the major pathogens responsible for hand, foot, and mouth disease (HFMD). Many HFMD outbreaks have been reported throughout the world in the past decades. Compared with other viruses, EV-A71 infection is more …

29.09.2022 | Annotated Sequence Record

Complete genome sequence of Edgeworthia chrysantha mosaic-associated virus, a tentative new member of the genus Coguvirus (family Phenuiviridae)

A new negative-strand RNA (nsRNA) virus genome was discovered in Edgeworthia chrysantha Lindl. This virus, tentatively named “Edgeworthia chrysantha mosaic-associated virus” (ECMaV), has a bipartite genome that comprises (i) a nsRNA1, encoding the …

28.09.2022 | Original Article

Rotavirus C infections in asymptomatic piglets in India, 2009-2013: genotyping and phylogenetic analysis of all genomic segments

Asymptomatic infection with rotavirus C (RVC) was observed in pigs in India, with a detection rate of 20%. Sequencing of the VP6, VP7, and NSP4 genes of RVC strains identified the genotypes I7/I10, G1, and E5, respectively. Full genome sequencing …

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Archives of Virology publishes original contributions from all branches of research on viruses, virus-like agents, and virus infections of humans, animals, plants, insects, and bacteria. Coverage spans a broad spectrum of topics, from descriptions of newly discovered viruses, to studies of virus structure, composition, and genetics, to studies of virus interactions with host cells, organisms and populations. Studies employ molecular biologic, molecular genetics, and current immunologic and epidemiologic approaches. Contents include studies on the molecular pathogenesis, pathophysiology, and genetics of virus infections in individual hosts, and studies on the molecular epidemiology of virus infections in populations. Also included are studies involving applied research such as diagnostic technology development, monoclonal antibody panel development, vaccine development, and antiviral drug development.Archives of Virology wishes to publish obituaries of recently deceased well-known virologists and leading figures in virology.

Papers describing sequences only will be considered for publication only if the genomic organisation derived from the nucleotide sequence determined differs fundamentally from those of typical members of the virus genus/family and if the biological significance and functions of certain sequence differences have been experimentally expressed. If a manuscript only describes the complete sequence of a virus for which no or only very limited sequence information is available, the manuscript can be considered for submission in the format of an Annotated Sequence Record (see link ‘Annotated Sequence Records’).

Archives of Virology
Volume 142/1997 - Volume 167/2022
Springer Vienna
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