Molecular Characterization of Virulent Newcastle Disease Virus Isolates from Chickens during the 1998 NDV Outbreak in Kazakhstan

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Title Molecular Characterization of Virulent Newcastle Disease Virus Isolates from Chickens during the 1998 NDV Outbreak in Kazakhstan
Author Bogoyavlenskiy, Andrey; Berezin, Vladiimir; Prilipov, Alexey; Usachev, Evgeny; Liyapina, Olga; Levandovskya, Svetlana; Korotetskiy, Ivana; Tolmacheva, Valentina; Makhmudova, Nailya; Khudyakova, Svetlana; Tustikbaeva, Gulnur; Zaitseva, Irina; Omirtaeva, Elmira; Ermakova, Olga; Daulbaeva, Klara; Asanova, Saule; Kydyrmanov, Aydyn; Sayatov, Marat; King, Daniel
Journal Name Virus Genes
Year Published 2005
Place of publication Netherlands
Publisher Springer Science+Business Media, Inc
Abstract Newcastle disease virus (NDV) infects domesticated and wild birds throughout the world and has the possibility to cause outbreaks in chicken flocks in future. To assess the evolutionary characteristics of 10 NDV strains isolated from chickens in Kazakhstan during 1998 we investigated the phylogenetic relationships among these viruses and viruses described previously. For genotyping, fusion (F) gene phylogenetic analysis (nucleotide number 47-421) was performed using sequences of Kazakhstanian isolates as compared to sequences of selected NDV strains from GenBank. Phylogenetic analysis showed that all newly characterized strains belonged to the genetic group designated as VIIb. All strains possessed a virulent fusion cleavage site (RRQRR/F) belonging to velogenic or mesogenic pathotypes with intracerebral pathogenicity indexes (ICPI) varying from 1.05 to 1.87.
Peer Reviewed Yes
Published Yes
Publisher URI http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11262-004-2195-2
Volume 31
Issue Number 1
Page from 13
Page to 20
ISSN 0920-8569
Date Accessioned 2010-03-24
Date Available 2010-07-13T07:14:46Z
Language en_AU
Research Centre Atmospheric Environment Research Centre
Faculty Faculty of Science, Environment, Engineering and Technology
Subject Medical Microbiology; Microbiology
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10072/32043
Publication Type Journal Articles (Refereed Article)
Publication Type Code c1x

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