Mammalian orthoreovirus 1Lang MRV

1) A serotype of Mammalian orthoreovirus in the genus Orthoreovirus. The type strain is Lang. Recovered from a number of mammalian species including humans, dogs, cattle, macaque monkeys and cercop-ithecine monkeys. Antibodies have been detected in sera from a wide range of mammalian species. Experimental infection of mice, hamsters, ferrets and rats causes obstructive hydrocephalus, and in pregnant mice fetal resorption, intra-uterine death, malformation or neonatal death occurs. In humans infection is usually symptomless, or associated with mild upper respiratory disease (common cold). Rarely, reovirus type 1 has been isolated from fatal encephalitis cases in children.

mammalian orthoreovirus 2-D5/Jones (MRV-2) A serotype of Mammalian ortho-reovirus in the genus Orthoreovirus. The type strain is D5/Jones. Recovered from a number of mammalian species including humans, mice, cattle, macaque monkeys and chimpanzees. Antibodies have been detected in sera from a wide range of mammalian species. Type 2 reovirus strains show considerably more antigenic variation than types 1 or 3. Little evidence of association with disease in humans.

mammalian orthoreovirus 3-Dearing (MRV-3) A serotype of Mammalian orthoreovirus in the genus Orthoreovirus. The type strain is Dearing. Isolated from a wide range of mammalian species including humans, mice, cattle and quokkas (short-tailed wallabies). Antibodies have been detected in sera from a wide range of species. Experimental infection of mice causes jaundice, alopecia, conjunctivitis and 'oily hair' associated with steatorrhea. The mice appear to have been dipped in oil, and if newborn mice are infected their growth is stunted and they become runts. There is no clear association with disease in humans and infections are usually symptomless.

mammalian rotaviruses Rotaviruses of groups A, B, C and E, in the genus Rotavirus.

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