Pseudorabies virus (PRV) (Suid herpesvirus (SuHV-1)) Genomes
A highly passaged vaccine strain, derived from the original Aujeszky strain.
Isolated in Hungary by Bartha, A. Magy. Allatorv. Lapja. 1961; 16:42-45.
A virulent field isolate from dog, with extensive laboratory passage.
Isolated at Iowa State University (USA) by Platt KB et al. Arch Virol. 1979; 60(1):13-23.
A virulent strain with extensive laboratory passage, originally obtained from R.F. Haff and thus potentially of Aujesky (Hungarian) strain origin.
Described in USA by Kaplan, AS and Vatter, AE. Virol. 1959; 7(4):394-407.
The original PRV genome used data from six strains; ~80% strain Kaplan and the rest from Becker, NIA-3, TNL, Rice, and In-Fh.
Described by Klupp et al. J Virol. 2004; 78(1):424-40.
PLoS Pathog 7(10): e1002282
% coding variation in PRV genes, relative to reference strain Kaplan
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