Lyssavirus


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Lyssavirus

[′līs·ə‚vī·rəs]
(virology)
A genus of the viral family Rhabdoviridae that is characterized by a bullet-shaped enveloped virion covered with projections that contains one molecule of linear, negative-sense, single-stranded ribonucleic acid, the causative agent of rabies.
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Rabies and the Lyssavirus can be contracted with exposure even to the animal's saliva through the eyes, nose or mouth.
O genero Lyssavirus inclui 11 especies conhecidas (Tabela 1), e 11 genotipos identificados ate o momento, consistindo no virus classico da raiva (RABV, genotipo 1), Lagos bat virus (LBV, genotipo 2), Mokola virus (MOKV, genotipo 3), Duvenhage virus (DUVV, genotipo 4), European bat lyssavirus (EBLV-1, genotipo 5), European bat lyssavirus (EBLV-2, genotipo 6), e Australian bat lyssavirus (ABLV, genotipo 7).
Rabies is caused by a number of different strains of the large, bullet shaped with one end rounded or conical and other planar or concave; single stranded negative sense RNA viruses of the genus Lyssavirus, family Rhabdoviridae.
The three animal virus genera are Lyssavirus, Vesiculovirus, and Ephemerovirus; only Lyssavirus and Vesiculovirus are zoonotic.
The European Bat Lyssavirus 2 (EBLV-2) strain is closely related to the classical rabies virus and is common in bats across northern Europe.
The female bat later died and was sent to a Surrey laboratory where scientists confirmed the presence of European Bat Lyssavirus (EBLV) - a rare strain of bat rabies.
The female mammal was infected with European Bat Lyssavirus (EBLV), a strain of rabies common among bats across northern Europe.
The female mammal, which died last month, was infected with European Bat Lyssavirus (EBLV), a strain of rabies common among bats across the northern Europe.
The female mammal, found in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, was infected with European Bat Lyssavirus (EBLV), a strain of rabies common among bats in northern Europe.
La rabia es una enfermedad letal transmitida al hombre por animales domesticos o silvestres producida por el virus rabico perteneciente al genero Lyssavirus de la familia Rhabdoviridae, prevenible mediante vacunacion.
Contrary to previous reports in which VHSV is linked with the rest of the Lyssavirus group, our analysis showed a well-supported clade comprised of VHSV and IHNV.