Data from: Genetic diversity and cross-species transmission of kobuviruses in Vietnam

Lu Lu, Nguyen Van Dung, Alisdair Ivens, Carlijn Bogaardt, Aine O'Toole, Juliet E. Bryant, Juan Carrique-Mas, Nguyen Van Cuong, Pham Honh Anh, Maia A. Rabaa, Ngo Tri Tue, Guy E. Thwaites, Stephen Baker, Peter Simmonds & Mark Ej Woolhouse
Cross-species transmission of viruses poses a sustained threat to public health. Due to increased contact between humans and other animal species the possibility exists for cross-species transmissions and ensuing disease outbreaks. By using conventional PCR amplification and next generation sequencing (NGS), we obtained 130 partial or full genome kobuvirus sequences from humans in a sentinel cohort in Vietnam and various mammalian hosts including bats, rodents, pigs, cats, and civets. The evolution of kobuviruses in different...
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