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The burden of rabies in Africa is estimated at 24 000 human deaths year-1, almost all of which result from infection with dog rabies viruses (RABV). To investigate the evolutionary dynamics of RABV in western and central Africa, 92 isolates sampled from 27 African countries over 29 years were...

Author(s)
Talbi, C.; Holmes, E. C.; Benedictis, P. de; Faye, O.; Nakouné, E.; Gamatié, D.; Diarra, A.; Elmamy, B. O.; Sow, A.; Adjogoua, E. V.; Sangare, O.; Dundon, W. G.; Capua, I.; Sall, A. A.; Bourhy, H.
Publisher
Society for General Microbiology, Reading, UK
Citation
Journal of General Virology, 2009, 90, 4, pp 783-791
Abstract

The majority of bat rabies cases in Europe are attributed to European bat 1 lyssavirus (EBLV-1), circulating mainly in serotine bats (Eptesicus serotinus). Two subtypes have been defined (EBLV-1a and EBLV-1b), each associated with a different geographical distribution. In this study, we undertake a ...

Author(s)
Troupin, C.; Picard-Meyer, E.; Dellicour, S.; Casademont, I.; Kergoat, L.; Lepelletier, A.; Dacheux, L.; Baele, G.; Monchâtre-Leroy, E.; Cliquet, F.; Lemey, P.; Bourhy, H.
Publisher
Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK
Citation
Genome Biology and Evolution, 2017, 9, 11, pp 3202-3213
Abstract

European bat lyssaviruses types 1 and 2 (EBLV-1 and EBLV-2) are widespread in Europe, although little is known of their evolutionary history. We undertook a comprehensive sequence analysis to infer the selection pressures, rates of nucleotide substitution, age of genetic diversity, geographical...

Author(s)
Davis, P. L.; Holmes, E. C.; Larrous, F.; Poel, W. H. M. van der; Tjørnehøj, K.; Alonso, W. J.; Bourhy, H.
Publisher
American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Washington, USA
Citation
Journal of Virology, 2005, 79, 16, pp 10487-10497
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Author(s)
Amengual, B.; Whitby, J. E.; King, A.; Cobo, J. S.; Bourhy, H.
Citation
Journal of General Virology, 1997, 78, 9, pp 2319-2328
Abstract

Until now, the analysis of the genetic diversity of bovine respiratory syncytial virus (BRSV) has been based on small numbers of field isolates. In this report, we determined the nucleotide and deduced amino acid sequences of regions of the nucleoprotein (N protein), fusion protein (F protein), and ...

Author(s)
Valarcher, J. F.; Schelcher, F.; Bourhy, H.
Publisher
American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Washington, USA
Citation
Journal of Virology, 2000, 74, 22, pp 10714-10728
Abstract

To understand the mutations and genetic rearrangements that allow rabies virus infections of new hosts and adaptation in nature, the quasispecies structure of the nucleoprotein and glycoprotein genes as well as 2 noncoding sequences of a rabies virus genome were determined. Gene sequences were...

Author(s)
Kissi, B.; Badrane, H.; Audry, L.; Lavenu, A.; Tordo, N.; Brahimi, M.; Bourhy, H.
Citation
Journal of General Virology, 1999, 80, 8, pp 2041-2050
Abstract

The evolution of rabies viruses of predominantly European origin was studied by comparing nucleotide sequences of the nucleoprotein and glycoprotein genes, and by typing isolates using restriction fragment length polymorphism. Phylogenetic analysis of the gene sequence data revealed a number of...

Author(s)
Bourhy, H.; Kissi, B.; Audry, L.; Smreczak, M.; Sadkowska-Todys, M.; Kulonen, K.; Tordo, N.; Zmudzinski, J. F.; Holmes, E. C.
Citation
Journal of General Virology, 1999, 80, 10, pp 2545-2557

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