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Distribution and genetic diversity of Feline calicivirus in Moscow metropolitan area

Komina A, Krasnikov N, Kucheruk O, Zhukova E, Yuzhakov A, Gulyukin A

Background: Feline calicivirus (FCV) is widespread throughout the world. An FCV infection is associated with conjunctivitis, rhinitis, and mouth ulcers that can lead to the animal’s death. Because vaccination is...
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Molecular characteristics of Budgerigar fledgling disease polyomavirus detected from parrots in South Korea

Kim S, Kim SJ, Na KJ

Background: Budgerigar fledgling disease polyomavirus (BFDV) is the pathogen that causes budgerigar fledgling disease in psittacine species. The clinical signs of PBFV infection include ascites, hepatitis, and crop stasis. BFDV...
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Morphological Identification and Phylogenetic Analysis of Laelapin Mite Species (Acari: Mesostigmata: Laelapidae) from China

Yang H, Yang Z, Dong W

Laelapinae mites are involved in transmission of microbial diseases between wildlife and humans, with an impact on public health. In this study, 5 mite members in the subfamily Laelapinae (laelapin...
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Phylogenetic and genome-wide mutational analysis of SARS-CoV-2 strains circulating in Nigeria: no implications for attenuated COVID-19 outcomes

Kolawole DB, Okeke MI

Objectives Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) is the causative agent of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The COVID-19 incidence and mortality rates are low in Nigeria compared to global...
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Next-generation sequencing for the genetic characterization of Maedi/Visna virus isolated from the northwest of China

Zhao L, Zhang L, Shi X, Duan X, Li H, Liu S

Background: Maedi/Visna virus (MVV) is a contagious viral pathogen that causes considerable economic losses to the sheep industry worldwide. Objectives: In China, MVV has been detected in several regions, but its...
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Molecular characterization of Malaysian fowl adenovirus (FAdV) serotype 8b species E and pathogenicity of the virus in specificpathogen-free chicken

Sabarudin NS, Tan SW, Phang YF, Omar AR

Background: Inclusion body hepatitis (IBH) is an economically important viral disease primarily affecting broiler and breeder chickens. All 12 serotypes of fowl adenovirus (FAdV) can cause IBH. Objectives: To characterize FAdV...
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Full-length ORF2 sequence-based genetic and phylogenetic characterization of Korean feline caliciviruses

Kim SJ, Kim C, Chung HC, Park YH, Park KT

Feline calicivirus (FCV) is a highly infectious pathogen in cats and widely distributed worldwide with high genetic variation. Full-length open reading frame 2 of 5 from recently isolated Korean FCV...
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Co-Occurrence of Two Phylogenetic Clades of Pseudoperonospora cubensis, the Causal Agent of Downy Mildew Disease, on Oriental Pickling Melon

Lee DJ, Lee JS, Choi YJ

The genus Pseudoperonospora, an obligate biotrophic group of Oomycota, causes the most destructive foliar downy mildew disease on many economically important crops and wild plants. A previously unreported disease by...
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Genetic characterization of H9N2 avian influenza virus previously unrecognized in Korea

Heo GB, Kye SJ, Sagong M, Lee EK, Lee KN, Lee YN, Choi KS, Lee MH, Lee YJ

In this study, we describe the isolation and characterization of previously unreported Y280-lineage H9N2 viruses from two live bird markets in Korea in June 2020. Genetic analysis revealed that they...
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Biological and molecular characterization of feline caliciviruses isolated from cats in South Korea

Yang DK, Park YR, Yoo JY, Choi SS, Park Y, An S, Park J, Kim HJ, Kim J, Kim HH, Hyun BH

Feline calicivirus (FCV) infection results in a common upper respiratory disease associated with oral ulceration in cats. Although FCV infection has been reported in cats worldwide, the biologic and genetic features...
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Occurrence and Characterization of Leaf Spot Caused by Septoria melissae on Lemon Balm in Korea

Yang SA, Choi IY, Ju HJ, Lee KJ, Galea V, Shin HD

Leaf spot on lemon balm is frequently observed in Korea, causing considerable damage to crops. In 2014 and 2015, the occurrence of leaf spot was observed in several production greenhouses...
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Taxonomic Study of the Genus Pholiota (Strophariaceae, Basidiomycota) in Korea

Lee JW, Park MS, Park JH, Cho Y, Kim C, Kim CS, Jo JW, Lim YW

The genus Pholiota (Strophariaceae, Basidiomycota) is made up of wood-rotting saprotrophic mushrooms characterized by a yellow or brown pileus with scales and/or slimy, and by a brownish smooth spore with...
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Epidemiological Characteristics of Rodents and Chiggers with Orientia Tsutsugamushi in the Republic of Korea

Park JW, Yu DS, Lee GS, Seo JJ, Chung JK, Lee JI

A survey of rodents and chiggers associated with Orientia tsutsugamushi was conducted in a rural region of the Republic of Korea (Korea) between 2014 and 2018. Overall Apodemus agrarius 15.2%...
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Comparative Genomics Platform and Phylogenetic Analysis of Fungal Laccases and Multi-Copper Oxidases

Wu J, Choi J, Asiegbu FO, Lee YH

Laccases (EC 1.10.3.2), a group of multi-copper oxidases (MCOs), play multiple biological functions and widely exist in many species. Fungal laccases have been extensively studied for their industrial applications, however,...
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Rediscovery of Seven Long-Forgotten Species of Peronospora and Plasmopara (Oomycota)

Lee JS, Shin HD, Choi YJ

The family Peronosporaceae, an obligate biotrophic group of Oomycota, causes downy mildew disease on many cultivated and ornamental plants such as beet, cucumber, grape, onion, rose, spinach, and sunflower. To...
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Phylogenetic Analysis for the Origin of Typhoid Fever Outbreak on Jeju Island, Korea, in 2017

Lee KH, Yoo JR, Kim YR, Heo ST

In June 2017, on Jeju Island, six patients were diagnosed with typhoid fever. All six patients were admitted to our hospital with fever, all of them had been working at...
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Morphology and Molecular Characterization of a Fungus from the Alternaria alternata Species Complex Causing Black Spots on Pyrus sinkiangensis (Koerle pear)

Aung SLL, Liu HF, Pei DF, Lu BB, Oo MM, Deng JX

A small-spored Alternaria was found from black spots of storaged Koerle pear (Pyrus sinkiangensis), one of the economically important fruit in Xinjiang province, China. The morphology is similar to A....
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Origin and Diffusion of Equus caballus from the Archaeological and Genetic Perspectives

Hong JH, Kang IU, Shin DH, Kim J

In terms of history, horses are domesticated animals that has most affected the development of human civilization. Genetic studies to date revealed that domesticated horses have extremely low Y chromosome...
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Optimization of Citric Acid Production by Immobilized Cells of Novel Yeast Isolates

Hesham AEL, Mostafa YS, AlSharqi LEO

Citric acid is a commercially valuable organic acid widely used in food, pharmaceutical, and beverage industries. In this study, 260 yeast strains were isolated from soil, bread, juices, and fruits...
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Identification and Antifungal Susceptibility Profiles of Cyberlindnera fabianii in Korea

Park JH, Oh J, Sang H, Shrestha B, Lee H, Koo J, Cho SI, Choi JS, Lee MH, Kim J, Sung GH

Invasive fungal infections caused by Cyberlindnera fabianii have recently increased. However, biochemical kits such as API 20 C AUX and Vitek-2C have misidentified this species as other Candida spp. such...
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