References: Circoviridae


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Niagro, F. D., Forsthoefel, A. N., Lawther, R. P., Kamalanathan, L., Ritchie, B. W., Latimer, K. S. & Lukert, P. D. (1998).  Beak and feather disease virus and porcine circovirus genomes: intermediates between the geminiviruses and plant circoviruses. Arch Virol 143, 1723-1744. [PubMed]

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Raidal, S. R. & Cross, G. M. (1994).  The haemagglutination spectrum of psittacine beak and feather disease virus. Avian Pathol 23, 621-630. [PubMed]

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Ritchie, B. W., Niagro, F. D., Latimer, K. S., Lukert, P. D., Steffens, W. L., 3rd, Rakich, P. M. & Pritchard, N. (1990).  Ultrastructural, protein composition, and antigenic comparison of psittacine beak and feather disease virus purified from four genera of psittacine birds. J Wildl Dis 26, 196-203. [PubMed]

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Rosario, K., Breitbart, M., Harrach, B., Segales, J., Delwart, E., Biagini, P. & Varsani, A. (2017).  Revisiting the taxonomy of the family Circoviridae: establishment of the genus Cyclovirus and removal of the genus Gyrovirus. Arch Virol 162, 1447-1463. [PubMed]

Rosario, K., Duffy, S. & Breitbart, M. (2012).  A field guide to eukaryotic circular single-stranded DNA viruses: insights gained from metagenomics. Arch Virol 157, 1851-1871. [PubMed]

Rosario, K., Schenck, R. O., Harbeitner, R. C., Lawler, S. N. & Breitbart, M. (2015).  Novel circular single-stranded DNA viruses identified in marine invertebrates reveal high sequence diversity and consistent predicted intrinsic disorder patterns within putative structural proteins. Front Microbiol 6, 696. [PubMed]

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Steinfeldt, T., Finsterbusch, T. & Mankertz, A. (2001).  Rep and Rep' protein of porcine circovirus type 1 bind to the origin of replication in vitro. Virology 291, 152-160. [PubMed]

Steinfeldt, T., Finsterbusch, T. & Mankertz, A. (2006).  Demonstration of nicking/joining activity at the origin of DNA replication associated with the rep and rep' proteins of porcine circovirus type 1. J Virol 80, 6225-6234. [PubMed]

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Tischer, I., Peters, D., Rasch, R. & Pociuli, S. (1987).  Replication of porcine circovirus: induction by glucosamine and cell cycle dependence. Arch Virol 96, 39-57. [PubMed]

Todd, D. (2000).  Circoviruses: immunosuppressive threats to avian species: a review. Avian Pathol 29, 373-394. [PubMed]

Todd, D., Niagro, F. D., Ritchie, B. W., Curran, W., Allan, G. M., Lukert, P. D., Latimer, K. S., Steffens, W. L., 3rd & McNulty, M. S. (1991).  Comparison of three animal viruses with circular single-stranded DNA genomes. Arch Virol 117, 129-135. [PubMed]