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Phylogenetic sequence analysis and improved diagnostic assay systems for viruses of the family Reoviridae

 

Edited by Peter. P. C. Mertens and Houssam Attoui

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Isolates of Orthoreovirus

in the dsRNA virus collection at  IAH Pirbright

 

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The accession numbers shown in red are for full length genome segment  sequences submitted to EMBL, which have not yet been activated

Family: ReoviridaeGenus: Orthoreovirus, 

 *IAH dsRNA virus collection number

 

( ICTVdb isolate Accession Number)

Virus genus

Species

&

Serotype

 

 (identification method)

Place of original sample eg country town

 [grid reference]

 

 (date original sample was taken)

Isolated from which host species e.g cow, sheep, etc

 

(Date of virus isolation, where, by whom)

Position of storage in reference freezers

 

 (Date added to collection)

Suppliers

Isolate Designation

Original sample material,

 

 Adapted to which cell types 

 

(Passage history of sample)

 

[IAH passage history]

* Original sample supplied to the collection by person / institution

 

[IAH, ISIS sample number]

Comments

 References &  accession numbers  

AUS1998/01

Identified as  Orthoreovirus by AGE genome profile

Australia,
Orange in New South Wales

 

The bat was caught on
12th Feb 1998.

 

 from pooled tissues of an apparently healthy micro-bat  (presumed insectivorous)

Old  isolate No.:
Z405

New Isolate No.:
E034

EMAI 98/521

(4 HmLu-1

/

 2 BHK21)

[IAH/??]

Peter Kirkland,

Elizabeth Macarthur Agricultural Institute,

Menangle

NSW 2568 Australia

Sent: 7th Sept 2010

(MTA)

Note  supplied with  sample: CPE positive / BT-PCR negative

 Originally supplied as an unassigned orbivirus

The isolate was made from an apparently healthy microbat (presumed insectivorous, species unknown) collected in a basement corridor of a college at Orange, New South Wales.  it is not possible to determine whether the bat was actively infected or just carrying a virus it had ingested in an infected insect.

MOR2004/01

Identified as  Orthoreovirus by AGE comparison to Ndelle virus

Sefrou

 (centre of Morocco)

Sheep

Shelf B2, boxB2β,

rows G1-H10

 

(16/Mar/2005)

 

BTV/SEF

blood

 

[IAH-E1/BHK3]

 

Dr Mehdi El Harrak

 

Virology department

Biopharma Laboratory

BP4569 Rabat Akkari

Morocco

Originally supplied as probable BTV-4 ,

see OIE report 5th November 2004

 

CAR1974/01

Mammalian orthoreovirus

 

(identified by Nucleotide sequence analysis)

Camaroon  (05/08/1974)

Rodent  (Mus musculoides)

Shelf B2, boxB2β,

rows I1-J10

 

(30/09/2002)

Ndelle virus

 

 DAK AN Y 1444 M23654 PYSM)

BHK

 

 [IAH- BHK4]

 

Attoui et al 2001

Zeller et al 1989

 

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IND1997/02

Mammalian orthoreovirus

 

(identified by AGE then  Nucleotide sequence analysis)

Tirunelveli district of Tamilnadu, India

(1997)

  (22/04/2002) (R7/02) BHK

(Egg isolate Vero30 BHK2)

G. Dhinakar Raj & K. Nachimuthu

 

Seg-1 to -10 sequenced by Sushila Maan and Alan Samuel  
COR2003/07

MRV-3

 

Identified as Orthoreovirus by AGE comparison to Ndelle virus

from Corsica

2003

Sheep

Shelf    D11

Box     D11β

Rows

E1-F10

  

(Added to

collection on

1st July 2014)

 

Blood

[PIR-VERO2]
Supplied by Stephan Zientara  AFSSA, Maisons Alfort France 23rd July 2010 as cell culture material

*MTA* : not  to be supplied  to 3rd parties  without written  consent from  original source

                   
                   

*IAH dsRNA virus collection number: [Country code, year / sample number] rrrr = reference strain vvvv = vaccine strain]

[PIR] refers to passage history at the Pirbright Institute.

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