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Genetic diversity of Toscana virus
Emerg Infect Dis. 2009;15(4):574-7
Distribution of Toscana virus (TOSV) is evolving with climate change, and pathogenicity may be higher in nonexposed populations outside areas of current prevalence (Mediterranean Basin). To characterize genetic diversity of TOSV, we determined the coding sequences of isolates from Spain and France. TOSV is more diverse than other well-studied phleboviruses (e.g.,Rift Valley fever virus).
Adult | Animals | Arthropod Vectors | Bunyaviridae Infections | Communicable Diseases, Emerging | Evolution, Molecular | Female | France | Genes, Viral | Genetic Variation | Humans | Male | Middle Aged | Phylogeny | Sandfly fever Naples virus | Spain
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