Special Issue "Enteric Viruses in Animals"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 December 2020) | Viewed by 42920
Interests: reverse genetics technique; enteric virus; coronavirus; rotavirus; calicivirus; VLP (virus-like particle); anti-IgY; animal coronaviruses; animal rotaviruses; pathogenicity
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The main topic of this Special Issue is enteric viruses that cause acute and severe diarrhea in animals in the agricultural and veterinary industry. Enteric viruses include mainly emerging and re-emerging Coronaviridae (PEDV, TGEV, PDCoV, SADS-CoV, Bovine CoV, Feline CoV, and Torovirus), Reoviridae (RVA, RVB, RVC and RVH, and Mammalian orthoreovirus), and Caliciviridae (Norovirus and Sapovirus). Diarrhea due to enteric viruses leads to deterioration of health, insufficient body weight gain, and deaths of young animals, resulting in huge economic losses. However, available information is still limited regarding enteric viruses, and hence, there are few effective strategies for control and prevention of enteric viruses, despite their significant economic impact. Recently, it has become possible to utilize reverse genetic approaches and cultivation in culture (enteroid and iPS) for these enteric viruses, which will prompt further elucidation of their molecular mechanisms and facilitate the development of treatment. Therefore, this Special Issue welcomes all types of manuscripts (e.g., reviews, research articles, and short communications), including novel findings with respect to molecular mechanisms, pathogenicity, host–virus interaction, cultivation in culture, and treatment of enteric viruses.
Dr. Tohru Suzuki
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- reverse genetics