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Abstract

The genus within the family currently consists of four different main species: , types 1 and 2 and . A fifth tentative species is represented by an isolate from a giraffe. In this study, a completely new pestivirus, isolated from a batch of fetal calf serum that was collected in Brazil, is described. It is proposed that the isolate D32/00_‘HoBi’ may constitute a novel sixth pestivirus species, because it is genetically, as well as antigenically, markedly different from all other pestiviruses. Based on the entire N- and E2-encoding sequences, identities of <70 % to all other pestivirus species were determined. Similarly, cross-neutralization and binding studies using antisera and mAbs revealed marked antigenic differences between D32/00_‘HoBi’ and all other pestiviruses.

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