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SUMMARY

Piry rhabdovirus is not transmitted from females to their progeny. However, in mixed infections with sigma, another rhabdovirus, bearing the g genetic marker, Piry may occasionally be transmitted to offspring. Thus, an endemic virus can act as a helper virus enabling vertical transmission of a virus pathogenic to vertebrates.

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