Next-generation sequencing of five new avian paramyxoviruses 8 isolates from Kazakhstan indicates a low genetic evolution rate over four decades

Fereidouni, Sasan R. GND; Jenckel, Maria GND; Seidalina, A.; Karamendin, K.; Beer, Martin GND; Starick, Elke GND; Asanova, S.; Kasymbekov, E.; Sayatov, S.; Kydyrmanov, A.

Five avian paramyxoviruses of serotype 8 (APMV-8) were isolated during a study monitoring wild birds in Kazakhstan in 2013 and each was further characterized. The viruses were isolated from three White-fronted geese (Anser albifrons), one Whooper swan (Cygnus cygnus), and one Little stint (Calidris minuta). Before our study, only two complete APMV-8 sequences had been reported worldwide since their discovery in the USA and Japan in the 1970s. We report the complete genome sequences of the newly detected viruses and analyze the genetic evolution of the APMV-8 viruses over four decades.

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Fereidouni, Sasan / Jenckel, Maria / Seidalina, A. / et al: Next-generation sequencing of five new avian paramyxoviruses 8 isolates from Kazakhstan indicates a low genetic evolution rate over four decades. 2017.

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