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Isolation of highly pathogenic HPAI strains of the A/H5N1 influenza virus from wild birds in the focus of epizooty on Lake Ubsu-Nur June 2006 and their incorporation in the State Collection of Viruses of the Russian Federation 3 July 2006


Isolation of highly pathogenic HPAI strains of the A/H5N1 influenza virus from wild birds in the focus of epizooty on Lake Ubsu-Nur June 2006 and their incorporation in the State Collection of Viruses of the Russian Federation 3 July 2006



Voprosy Virusologii. November-December; 516: 14-18



Virological and molecular genetic studies of the field material collected in the epicenter of epizooty with high mortality rates among the wild birds on the coast of the Ubsu-Nur lake (Republic of Tyva, 51deg. NL, 93deg. EL, June 2006) revealed the etiological role of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5N1. Seven HPAI/H5N1 strains were isolated from the tracheal/cloacal swabs of clinically healthy, ill and recently dead great-crested grebes (Podiceps cristatus), cormorants (Phalacrocorax carbo), balt-coots (Fulica atra), and common terns (Sterna hirundo) collected on June 24, 2006, and incorporated to the RF State Collection of Viruses (with the July 3, 2006 priority). Full-length genome nucleotide sequences were incorporated to the GenBank (with the July 23, 2006 priority) (DQ852600 :- DQ852607). Comparative analysis of molecular genetic characteristics showed their belonging to the Qinghai-Siberian genotype. The strains were sensitive to rimantadine.

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