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Abstract

Human enteroviruses are currently grouped into five species (HEV-A), HEV-B, HEV-C, HEV-D and During surveillance for enteroviruses serologically non-typable enterovirus strains were found from acute flaccid paralysis patients and healthy individuals. In this study, we report isolates of recently described enterovirus types EV76 and EV90 of HEV-A species and characterize two new enterovirus type candidates, EV96 and EV97, to species HEV-C and HEV-B, respectively. Analysis of partial 3D regions of EV96 strains revealed sequence divergence consistent with several recombination events between EV96, other HEV-C viruses and polioviruses. Phylogenetic analysis of all available 5′-untranslated region sequences of human entero- and rhinovirus prototype strains and 10 simian enterovirus strains suggested interspecies recombination involving this region.

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