Direct whole-genome deep-sequencing of human respiratory syncytial virus A and B from Vietnamese children identifies distinct patterns of inter- and intra-host evolution

lien anh ha do
lien anh ha do
andreas wilm
andreas wilm
h m lam
h m lam
shuzhen sim
shuzhen sim
rashmi sukumaran
rashmi sukumaran
bach hue nguyen
bach hue nguyen
thi thu loan tran
thi thu loan tran
quynh huong tran
quynh huong tran
nguyen anh tran dac
nguyen anh tran dac

The Journal of general virology, Volume 96, Issue 12, 2015.

Cited by: 17|Bibtex|Views12|DOI:https://doi.org/10.1099/jgv.0.000298
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Abstract:

Human respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is the major cause of lower respiratory tract infections in children ,2 years of age. Little is known about RSV intra-host genetic diversity over the course of infection or about the immune pressures that drive RSV molecular evolution. We performed whole-genome deep-sequencing on 53 RSV-positive sam...More

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