The first genome sequence derived from buffalo highly similar to
porcine-origin sequences reveals potential cross-species transmission of
Seneca Valley virus
Seneca Valley virus (SVV) strain (SVA/GD/China/2018) was first isolated
from a buffalo farm in Guangdong, China, using seven mammalian cell
lines. A genetic analysis revealed that SVA/GD/China/2018 had a high
nucleotide similarity with the porcine-origin SVV strains, revealing
potential cross-species transmission of SVV from pigs to buffaloes.