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《Progress in Veterinary Medicine》 2017-12
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Detection and Phylogenetic Analysis of Sheep Poxvirus

ZHAO Lin;LI Meng;LUO Jing;WANG Cheng-min;WANG Yu-tian;ZHAO Bao-hua;HE Hong-xuan;College of Life Science,Hebei Normal University;National Research Center for Wildlife Born Diseases,Key Laboratory of Animal Ecology and Conservation Biology,Institute of Zoology,Chinese Academy of Sciences;Animal Husbandry Station;  
Capripox virus(CaPV)is one of the most concerned infectious diseases around the world.In recent years,CaPV circulated in North and Middle Africa,Middle East and Asia,which have caused great damage to the breeding industry.In this research,four sheep were preliminarily speculated to be infected with CaPV.A final diagnosis was made based on clinical signs,postmortem examinations,histopathological analysis,and PCR detection.Phylogenetic analysis indicated that the causative CaPV belongs to Asia-lineage,and they are few genetic mutation in China.Our results provided useful information for the diagnosis of capripox.Additionally,the research is valuable for the analysis of virus evolution and mutation.
【Fund】: 中国科学院战略生物资源科技支撑体系运行专项(CZBZX-1)
【CateGory Index】: S852.654
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