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Complete genome characterisation of a Newcastle disease virus isolated during an outbreak in Sweden in 1997

Abstract

The complete genome sequence of a Newcastle disease virus (NDV) isolated from a chicken in Sweden was determined and compared with other NDV sequences. The isolate was shown to belong to genotype VIIb, which arose in the Far East and spread around the world during the 1990s. It had a length of 15,192 bases and consisted of six genes in the order 3′-NP-P-M-F-HN-L-5′. The F protein cleavage site was 112-RRQRRF-117, corresponding to that of a virulent pathotype.

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This study was supported by the EU Network of Excellence, EPIZONE (Contract No. FOOD-CT-2006-016236), and the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, Department for Research Cooperation, (Sida, SAREC: Contract No. SWE-2008-186).

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Linde, A., Munir, M., Zohari, S. et al. Complete genome characterisation of a Newcastle disease virus isolated during an outbreak in Sweden in 1997. Virus Genes 41, 165–173 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11262-010-0498-z

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Keywords

  • Newcastle disease virus
  • Sweden
  • Full genome sequencing
  • Genotype VIIb