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Coronaviruses: emerging and re-emerging pathogens in humans and animals

Coronaviruses: emerging and re-emerging pathogens in humans and animals

Coronaviruses: emerging and re-emerging pathogens in humans and animals

Edited by Susanna K. P. Lau
This thematic series published in Virology Journalemphasizes advances and key discoveries in the animal origin, viral evolution, epidemiology, diagnostics and pathogenesis of different emerging and re-emerging coronaviruses. Some of the coronavirus infections raise very serious problems in the past 2 decades, such as the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) outbreak in 2003, and porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) which has caused millions of deaths in piglets worldwide. More recently, we are threatened by the outbreak of Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) which has spread to various countries including South Korea.
Listen to our podcast on coronaviruses by Editor-in-Chief, Linfa Wang!
This collection of articles has not been sponsored and articles have undergone the journal’s standard peer-review process. The Guest Editors declare no competing interests.
View all collections in Virology Journal.
  1. Content Type:Research

    Following the initial isolation of porcine deltacoronavirus (PDCoV) from pigs with diarrheal disease in the United States in 2014, the virus has been detected on swine farms in some provinces of China. To date...
    Authors:Shao-Lun Zhai, Wen-Kang Wei, Xiao-Peng Li, Xiao-Hui Wen, Xia Zhou, He Zhang, Dian-Hong Lv, Feng Li and Dan Wang
    Citation:Virology Journal 2016 13:136
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  2. Content Type:Short Report

    Bats have been implicated as the main reservoir of coronavirus (CoV). Thus the role of these hosts on the evolution and spread of CoVs currently deserve the attention of emerging diseases surveillance programs...
    Authors:Karen Miyuki Asano, Aline Santana Hora, Karin Côrrea Scheffer, Willian Oliveira Fahl, Keila Iamamoto, Enio Mori and Paulo Eduardo Brandão
    Citation:Virology Journal 2016 13:110
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    The Erratum to this article has been published in Virology Journal 2016 13:124
  3. Content Type:Research

    Bovine coronavirus (BCoV) is a widely distributed pathogen, causing disease and economic losses in the cattle industry worldwide. Prevention of virus spread is impeded by a lack of basic knowledge concerning v...
    Authors:Veslemøy Sunniva Oma, Madeleine Tråvén, Stefan Alenius, Mette Myrmel and Maria Stokstad
    Citation:Virology Journal 2016 13:100
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  4. Content Type:Research

    Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) is a highly contagious virus infecting pigs of all ages with high morbidity and mortality among newborn piglets. Currently, there is no effective vaccine available to pro...
    Authors:Niraj Makadiya, Robert Brownlie, Jan van den Hurk, Nathalie Berube, Brenda Allan, Volker Gerdts and Alexander Zakhartchouk
    Citation:Virology Journal 2016 13:57
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  5. Content Type:Research

    Infectious bronchitis is a severe disease caused by infectious bronchitis virus (IBV) that affects fowl flocks worldwide. The understanding of the mechanisms involved in IBV evolution and variation would provi...
    Authors:Gang Xu, Xiao-yu Liu, Ye Zhao, Yang Chen, Jing Zhao and Guo-zhong Zhang
    Citation:Virology Journal 2016 13:40
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  6. Content Type:Research

    Despite the worldwide circulation of human coronavirus OC43 (HCoV-OC43) and HKU1 (HCoV-HKU1), data on their molecular epidemiology and evolutionary dynamics in the tropical Southeast Asia region is lacking.
    Authors:Maryam Nabiel Al-Khannaq, Kim Tien Ng, Xiang Yong Oong, Yong Kek Pang, Yutaka Takebe, Jack Bee Chook, Nik Sherina Hanafi, Adeeba Kamarulzaman and Kok Keng Tee
    Citation:Virology Journal 2016 13:33
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  7. Content Type:Research

    Human Coronaviruses (HCoV) are a common cause of respiratory illnesses and are responsible for considerable morbidity and hospitalization across all age groups especially in individuals with compromised immuni...
    Authors:Lenata A. Sipulwa, Juliette R. Ongus, Rodney L. Coldren and Wallace D. Bulimo
    Citation:Virology Journal 2016 13:18
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  8. Content Type:Review

    Bats have been recognized as the natural reservoirs of a large variety of viruses. Special attention has been paid to bat coronaviruses as the two emerging coronaviruses which have caused unexpected human dise...
    Authors:Ben Hu, Xingyi Ge, Lin-Fa Wang and Zhengli Shi
    Citation:Virology Journal 2015 12:221
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  9. Content Type:Review

    The enteric disease of swine recognized in the early 1970s in Europe was initially described as “epidemic viral diarrhea” and is now termed “porcine epidemic diarrhea (PED)”. The coronavirus referred to as PED...
    Authors:Changhee Lee
    Citation:Virology Journal 2015 12:193
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    The Erratum to this article has been published in Virology Journal 2016 13:19
  10. Content Type:Review

    The first known cases of Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS), associated with infection by a novel coronavirus (CoV), occurred in 2012 in Jordan but were reported retrospectively. The case first to be publ...
    Authors:Ian M. Mackay and Katherine E. Arden
    Citation:Virology Journal 2015 12:222
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  11. Content Type:Review

    Middle-East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) was identified to cause severe respiratory infection in humans since 2012. The continuing MERS epidemic with a case-fatality of more than 30 % poses a ma...
    Authors:Jie Zhou, Hin Chu, Jasper Fuk-Woo Chan and Kwok-Yung Yuen
    Citation:Virology Journal 2015 12:218
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