reassortant virus


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reassortant virus

[‚rē·ə¦sȯrt·ənt ′vī·rəs]
(virology)
A virion containing deoxyribonucleic acid from one virus species and a protein coat from another.
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gov/) suggested that QH-H5N8 is a reassortant virus (online Technical Appendix Table 1) and that the HA, neuraminidase (NA), and nonstructural protein (NS) genes of QH-H5N8 share high nucleotide identity (>99.
This H5N5 strain is a contemporary reassortant virus related to North American and Eurasian strains.
Compared with JS/1/11 EA-H1N1 virus, the reassortant virus exhibited higher infectivity, virulence, and replication in C57BL/6J mice, demonstrating the need for further evaluation of HuN EA-H1N1 virus to assess the threat it poses to public health.
2 reassortant virus, A/Vietnam/14012902/2014 (Global Initiative on Sharing All Influenza Data [GISAID; http://www.
However, the 6:2 reassortant virus H10-JD346 virus showed markedly decreased replication compared with that of an H3N2 subtype virus (PR8 6:2 reassortant) in a human lung epithelial cell line (Figure 3, http://wwwnc.
4 reassortant virus (H5N1) from a green-winged teal in Washington, USA.