Nodaviridae


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Nodaviridae

[‚nō·də′vir·ə‚dī]
(virology)
A family of single-strand ribonucleic acid-containing viruses that infect insects.
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1992) Properties of a new virus belonging to nodaviridae found in larval striped jack(Pseudocaranx dentex) with nervous necrosis.
Such viruses are found in 25 of 29 families containing viruses that infect mammals or birds (discounting 2 reports of family Nodaviridae species in mammals/birds).
VNN is included of the family of Nodaviridae that infect fish belong to the genus Betanodavirus for which the type species is striped jack nervous necrosis virus (SJNNV) [4].