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Acta Virologica Vol.50, p.211-213, 2006

Title: THE POSSIBLE ORIGIN OF RECENT HUMAN SARS CORONAVIRUS ISOLATE FROM CHINA
Author: Z.-G. WANG, S.-P. XU, Y.-J. ZHANG

Abstract: Phylogenetic analysis of Chinese SARS coronavirus (SARS-CoV) isolates based on a fragment of the spike gene indicated that a recent human SARS-CoV isolate from December 2003 was closer to some human SARS-CoV isolates from an earlier epidemic phase (November 2002–February 2003) than to the SARSCoV-like viruses isolated from wild animals during previous epidemic phase (May 2003).

Keywords: common palm civet; humans; phylogenetic analysis; SARS coronavirus
Year: 2006, Volume: 50, Issue: Page From: 211, Page To: 213

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