Gammaretrovirus


Gammaretrovirus
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Gammaretrovirus
Clasificación de los virus
Grupo: VI (Virus ARN monocatenario retrotranscrito)
Familia: Retroviridae
Subfamilia: Orthoretrovirinae
Género: Gammaretrovirus
Especie tipo
Murine leukemia virus
Especies

Grupo de virus de mamíferos

Feline leukemia virus
Gibbon ape leukemia virus
Guinea pig type-C oncovirus
Porcine type-C oncovirus
Xmrv

Virus defectivos de replicación

Finkel-Biskis-Jinkins murine sarcoma virus
Gardner-Arnstein feline sarcoma virus
Hardy-Zuckerman feline sarcoma virus
Harvey murine sarcoma virus
Kirsten murine sarcoma virus
Moloney murine sarcoma virus
Snyder-Theilen feline sarcoma virus
Woolly monkey sarcoma virus

Grupo de virus de reptiles

Viper retrovirus

Grupo de virus de la reticuloendoteliosis aviar

Chick syncytial virus
Reticuloendotheliosis virus
Trager duck spleen necrosis virus

Gammaretrovirus es un género de la familia retroviridae. Muchas especies contienen oncogenes y producen sarcomas y leucemias.

Algunos ejempols son el virus de la leucemia murina, el virus de la leucemia felina, el virus del sarcoma felino, el grupo de virus de la reticuloendoteliosis aviar...

Muchos retrovirus endógenos, estrechamente relacionados con los gammaretrovirus, están presentes en el ADN de mamíferos (incluyendo humanos), aves, reptiles y anfibios.

Muchos de los Gammaretrovirus comparten un elemento de ARN estructural conservado llamado señal de encapsulación del núcleo. El virus xenotrópico relacionado con la leucemia murina (XMRV) es un ejemplo de gammaretrovirus humano.[1]

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  • Gammaretrovirus — Taxobox name = PAGENAME virus group = vi familia = Retroviridae subfamilia = Orthoretrovirinae genus = Gammaretrovirus type species = Murine leukemia virus subdivision ranks = species subdivision = Mammalian virus group : Feline leukemia virus :… …   Wikipedia

  • Gammaretrovirus — Gammaretroviren Beispiel: FeLV im Elektronenmikroskop Systematik Reich: Viren Baltimore K …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • gammaretrovirus — noun Any retrovirus of the genus Gammaretrovirus …   Wiktionary

  • Gammaretrovirus — Gam·ma·ret·ro·vi·rus (gam″mə retґro vi″rəs) a genus of the family Retroviridae, characterized by a dense, spherical, symmetrically located inner core. These can cause leukemia and other cancers in various animals but not… …   Medical dictionary

  • Gammaretrovirus core encapsidation signal — The Gammaretrovirus core encapsidation signal is an RNA element known to be essential for stable dimerisation and efficient genome packaging during virus assembly. [cite journal | last = D Souza | first = V | coauthors = Dey A, Habib D, Summers… …   Wikipedia

  • Xenotropic murine leukemia virus-related virus — Xenotropic MLV related virus XMRV Virionen, EM Systematik Reich: Viren Familie: Retroviridae …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Xenotropic MuLV-related virus — (XMRV) is a newly identified and provisionally named gammaretrovirus which may be involved in the pathology of familial prostate cancer. Its name refers to its similarity to xenotropic murine leukemia viruses, although it does show some… …   Wikipedia

  • Retrovirus — Taxobox | color = violet name = Retroviruses virus group = vi familia = Retroviridae subdivision ranks = Genera subdivision = Subfamily: Orthoretrovirinae : Alpharetrovirus : Betaretrovirus : Gammaretrovirus : Deltaretrovirus : Epsilonretrovirus …   Wikipedia

  • Murine leukemia virus — MMLV redirects here. It is also the Roman numeral for 2055. Murine leukemia virus Virus classification Group: Group VI (ssRNA RT) Family: Retroviridae Subfamily …   Wikipedia

  • Koala retrovirus — Taxobox | color=violet name = Koala retrovirus image width = image caption = virus group = vi familia = Retroviridae genus = Gammaretrovirus subdivision ranks = species subdivision = unclassified Gammaretrovirus [… …   Wikipedia


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