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The first Non-LRV RNA virus in leishmania. / Grybchuk, D.; MacEdo, D.H.; Kleschenko, Y.; Kraeva, N.; Lukashev, A.N.; Bates, P.A.; Kulich, P.; Leštinová, T.; Volf, P.; Kostygov, A.Y.; Yurchenko, V.

In: Viruses, Vol. 12, No. 2, 168, 02.02.2020.

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Grybchuk, D, MacEdo, DH, Kleschenko, Y, Kraeva, N, Lukashev, AN, Bates, PA, Kulich, P, Leštinová, T, Volf, P, Kostygov, AY & Yurchenko, V 2020, 'The first Non-LRV RNA virus in leishmania', Viruses, vol. 12, no. 2, 168. https://doi.org/10.3390/v12020168

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Grybchuk, D., MacEdo, D. H., Kleschenko, Y., Kraeva, N., Lukashev, A. N., Bates, P. A., Kulich, P., Leštinová, T., Volf, P., Kostygov, A. Y., & Yurchenko, V. (2020). The first Non-LRV RNA virus in leishmania. Viruses, 12(2), [168]. https://doi.org/10.3390/v12020168

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Grybchuk D, MacEdo DH, Kleschenko Y, Kraeva N, Lukashev AN, Bates PA et al. The first Non-LRV RNA virus in leishmania. Viruses. 2020 Feb 2;12(2). 168. https://doi.org/10.3390/v12020168

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Grybchuk, D. ; MacEdo, D.H. ; Kleschenko, Y. ; Kraeva, N. ; Lukashev, A.N. ; Bates, P.A. ; Kulich, P. ; Leštinová, T. ; Volf, P. ; Kostygov, A.Y. ; Yurchenko, V. / The first Non-LRV RNA virus in leishmania. In: Viruses. 2020 ; Vol. 12, No. 2.

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abstract = "In this work, we describe the first Leishmania-infecting leishbunyavirus—the first virus other than Leishmania RNA virus (LRV) found in trypanosomatid parasites. Its host is Leishmania martiniquensis, a human pathogen causing infections with a wide range of manifestations from asymptomatic to severe visceral disease. This virus (LmarLBV1) possesses many characteristic features of leishbunyaviruses, such as tripartite organization of its RNA genome, with ORFs encoding RNA-dependent RNA polymerase, surface glycoprotein, and nucleoprotein on L, M, and S segments, respectively. Our phylogenetic analyses suggest that LmarLBV1 originated from leishbunyaviruses of monoxenous trypanosomatids and, probably, is a result of genomic re-assortment. The LmarLBV1 facilitates parasites{\textquoteright} infectivity in vitro in primary murine macrophages model. The discovery of a virus in L. martiniquensis poses the question of whether it influences pathogenicity of this parasite in vivo, similarly to the LRV in other Leishmania species.",
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