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Abstract

The relative mobilities of the 11 dsRNA genomic segments of 22 aquareovirus isolates from fish and shellfish obtained from different geographical areas of the world were compared by PAGE. Using reciprocal RNA-RNA dot blot hybridization, a new sixth genetic group of aquareovirus (genogroup F) was identified. Genogroup A was represented by eight and genogroup B by 12 isolates. The remaining two isolates represented the new sixth genogroup (genogroup F). The genetic relationship of these aquareoviruses with mammalian rotavirus group A (SA11) was also examined by reciprocal RNA-RNA blot hybridization but none was found under any of the stringency conditions used.

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