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The first genome sequence derived from buffalo highly similar to porcine-origin sequences reveals potential cross-species transmission of Seneca Valley virus
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  • Xia Zhou,
  • Weifang Liang,
  • Dianhong Lv,
  • Guangbin Si,
  • JH Li,
  • Zhifei Chen,
  • Weiyou Cai,
  • Qi Zhai,
  • Shao-Lun Zhai,
  • Dong-Sheng He
Xia Zhou
College of Veterinary Medicine, South China Agricultural University
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Weifang Liang
College of Veterinary Medicine, South China Agricultural University
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Dianhong Lv
Institute of Animal Health, Guangdong Academy of Agricultural Sciences
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Guangbin Si
South China Agricultural University
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Zhifei Chen
South China Agricultural University
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Weiyou Cai
South China Agricultural University
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Qi Zhai
Institute of Animal Health, Guangdong Academy of Agricultural Sciences
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Shao-Lun Zhai
Institute of Animal Health
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Dong-Sheng He
South China Agricultural University
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Abstract

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.