Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, January 15th, 2008
"The genus Hantavirus contains predominantly rodent- borne viruses, with the prominent exception of TPM virus which was isolated in India in 1964 from an insectivore, Suncus murinus, commonly referred to as the Asian house shrew or brown musk shrew. Analysis of the available TPM virus S ( 1530 nt) RNA genome segment sequence and the newly...
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