rhabdovirus


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rhabdovirus

[¦rab·dō′vī·rəs]
(virology)
A group of ribonucleic acid-containing animal viruses, including rabies virus and certain infective agents of fish and insects.
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In addition to the absence of significant hits observed by BLAST analysis, no significant sequence homology was observed with known rhabdovirus proteins in pairwise alignments.
Maize sterile stunt--a delphacid transmitted rhabdovirus disease affecting some maize genotypes in Australia.
Picornavirus, rhabdovirus, and HIV in cell culture supernatants retain infectivity after RNAlater stabilization (5).
He added there was no evidence yet the rare Tench Rhabdovirus, which has never been confirmed in Ireland, was the cause.
Antibodies to tench rhabdovirus were detected, indicating that the fish have been exposed to the disease during their lifetimes.
It follows the decision to destroy around one million fry following an outbreak of the rare Tench Rhabdovirus at the Agency's fish farms at Leyland in Lancashire and Calverton in Nottinghamshire.
Within the Rhabdoviridae, we investigated infectious hematopoietic necrosis virus (IHNV) and viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus (VHSV) whose placements in the family remain controversial, as well as the unclassified Sigma virus and a trout isolate known as Rhabdovirus 903/87.
The rabies virus is a rhabdovirus belonging to the genus Lyssavirus.
Rabies belongs to a branch of the Rhabdovirus family known as Lyssavirus.