A bovine viral diarrhea disease virus (BVDV) GS-4 was isolated in Western China form dairy cattle with respiratory disease. Genomic comparison analysis with the 5′ half genome sequence encompassing the coding region of Npro, capsid, and envelope glycoproteins showed that the GS-4 should be classified into BVDV-1b1, which is considered as one of the predominant subgenotypes found in China. This classification was confirmed by phylogenetic analysis based on E2 coding region.
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This study was financially supported by the National Major Special Project on New Varieties Cultivation for Transgenic Organisms (2013ZX08011004-006), NBCITS, and MOA (CARS-38).
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Gao, S., Shao, J., Du, J. et al. Characterization of a bovine viral diarrhea virus originated from cattle in Gansu Province, China. Virus Genes 47, 178–180 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11262-013-0917-z