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Characterization of a Genogroup I Sapovirus Isolated from Chimpanzees in the Republic of Congo

Abstract : Sapoviruses, which are members of the Caliciviridae family, are small nonenveloped viruses known to infect a large spectrum of mammalian hosts. We report here the first complete genome sequences of two genogroup I sapoviruses isolated from fecal samples from chimpanzees living in the Tchimpounga sanctuary, Republic of Congo.
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Illich M. Mombo, Nicolas Berthet, Christiane Bouchier, Joseph N. Fair, Bradley S. Schneider, et al.. Characterization of a Genogroup I Sapovirus Isolated from Chimpanzees in the Republic of Congo. Genome Announcements, American Society for Microbiology, 2014, 2 (4), pp.e00680-14. ⟨10.1128/genomeA.00680-14⟩. ⟨pasteur-03516029⟩

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