References: Birnaviridae


Birghan, C., Mundt, E. & Gorbalenya, A. E. (2000).  A non-canonical lon proteinase lacking the ATPase domain employs the ser-Lys catalytic dyad to exercise broad control over the life cycle of a double-stranded RNA virus. EMBO J 19, 114-123. [PubMed] 

Blake, S., Ma, J. Y., Caporale, D. A., Jairath, S. & Nicholson, B. L. (2001).  Phylogenetic relationships of aquatic birnaviruses based on deduced amino acid sequences of genome segment A cDNA. Dis Aquat Organ 45, 89-102. [PubMed]

Calvert, J. G., Nagy, E., Soler, M. & Dobos, P. (1991).  Characterization of the VPg-dsRNA linkage of infectious pancreatic necrosis virus. J Gen Virol 72 ( Pt 10), 2563-2567. [PubMed]

Coulibaly, F., Chevalier, C., Gutsche, I., Pous, J., Navaza, J., Bressanelli, S., Delmas, B. & Rey, F. A. (2005).  The birnavirus crystal structure reveals structural relationships among icosahedral viruses. Cell 120, 761-772. [PubMed]

Da Costa, B., Chevalier, C., Henry, C., Huet, J. C., Petit, S., Lepault, J., Boot, H. & Delmas, B. (2002).  The capsid of infectious bursal disease virus contains several small peptides arising from the maturation process of pVP2. J Virol 76, 2393-2402. [PubMed]

Dobos, P. (1993).  In vitro guanylylation of infectious pancreatic necrosis virus polypeptide VP1. Virology 193, 403-413. [PubMed]

Dulwich, K. L., Giotis, E. S., Gray, A., Nair, V., Skinner, M. A. & Broadbent, A. J. (2017). Differential gene expression in chicken primary B cells infected ex vivowith attenuated and very virulent strains of infectious bursal disease virus (IBDV). J Gen Virol 98, 2918-2930. [PubMed]

Edgar, R. C. (2004).  MUSCLE: multiple sequence alignment with high accuracy and high throughput. Nucleic Acids Res 32, 1792-1797. [PubMed]

Gibrat, J. F., Mariadassou, M., Boudinot, P. & Delmas, B. (2013).  Analyses of the radiation of birnaviruses from diverse host phyla and of their evolutionary affinities with other double-stranded RNA and positive strand RNA viruses using robust structure-based multiple sequence alignments and advanced phylogenetic methods. BMC Evol Biol 13, 154. [PubMed]

Gorbalenya, A. E., Pringle, F. M., Zeddam, J. L., Luke, B. T., Cameron, C. E., Kalmakoff, J., Hanzlik, T. N., Gordon, K. H. & Ward, V. K. (2002).  The palm subdomain-based active site is internally permuted in viral RNA-dependent RNA polymerases of an ancient lineage. J Mol Biol 324, 47-62. [PubMed]

Graham, S. C., Sarin, L. P., Bahar, M. W., Myers, R. A., Stuart, D. I., Bamford, D. H. & Grimes, J. M. (2011).  The N-terminus of the RNA polymerase from infectious pancreatic necrosis virus is the determinant of genome attachment. PLoS Pathog 7, e1002085. [PubMed]

Hjalmarsson, A., Carlemalm, E. & Everitt, E. (1999).  Infectious pancreatic necrosis virus: identification of a VP3-containing ribonucleoprotein core structure and evidence for O-linked glycosylation of the capsid protein VP2. J Virol 73, 3484-3490. [PubMed]

Luque, D., Rivas, G., Alfonso, C., Carrascosa, J. L., Rodriguez, J. F. & Caston, J. R. (2009).  Infectious bursal disease virus is an icosahedral polyploid dsRNA virus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 106, 2148-2152. [PubMed]

Mundt, E. & Vakharia, V. N. (1996).  Synthetic transcripts of double-stranded Birnavirus genome are infectious. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 93, 11131-11136. [PubMed]

Nobiron, I., Galloux, M., Henry, C., Torhy, C., Boudinot, P., Lejal, N., Da Costa, B. & Delmas, B. (2008).  Genome and polypeptides characterization of Tellina virus 1 reveals a fifth genetic cluster in the Birnaviridae family. Virology 371, 350-361. [PubMed] 

Pan, J., Vakharia, V. N. & Tao, Y. J. (2007).  The structure of a birnavirus polymerase reveals a distinct active site topology. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104, 7385-7390. [PubMed]

Santi, N., Song, H., Vakharia, V. N. & Evensen, Ø. (2005).  Infectious pancreatic necrosis virus VP5 is dispensable for virulence and persistence. J Virol 79, 9206-9216. [PubMed]

Shi, M., Lin, X. D., Chen, X., Tian, J. H., Chen, L. J., Li, K., Wang, W., Eden, J. S., Shen, J. J., Liu, L., Holmes, E. C. & Zhang, Y. Z. (2018).  The evolutionary history of vertebrate RNA viruses. Nature 556, 197-202. [PubMed] 

Shi, M., Lin, X. D., Tian, J. H., Chen, L. J., Chen, X., Li, C. X., Qin, X. C., Li, J., Cao, J. P., Eden, J. S., Buchmann, J., Wang, W., Xu, J., Holmes, E. C. & Zhang, Y. Z. (2016).  Redefining the invertebrate RNA virosphere. Nature 540, 539-543. [PubMed]

Webster, C. L., Longdon, B., Lewis, S. H. & Obbard, D. J. (2016).  Twenty-Five New Viruses Associated with the Drosophilidae (Diptera). Evolutionary bioinformatics online 12, 13-25. [PubMed]

Wu, Q., Luo, Y., Lu, R., Lau, N., Lai, E. C., Li, W. X. & Ding, S. W. (2010).  Virus discovery by deep sequencing and assembly of virus-derived small silencing RNAs. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 107, 1606-1611. [PubMed]