WCBVWest Caucasian Bat Virus
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The topology obtained showed that this sequence is more closely related to IKOV and WCBV than to the lyssaviruses in phylogroups I and II (Figure).
The highest nucleotide identity was with IKOV (71.6%), followed by SHIBV (68.6%), IRKV (68.1%), KHUV (67.6%), EBLV-2 (67%-68.2%), ARAV (67.3%), WCBV (67.4%), ABLV (66.6%-67.7%), BBLV (66.1%), LBV (65.7%-68.6%), MOKV (65.7%-67.2%), DUVV (65.5%-65.8%), RABV (64.7-66.4%), and EBLV-1 (63.7%-64%).
The evolutionary relationships between the LLEBV sequence with WCBV and IKOV sequences need to be clarified before it can be determined whether they form >1 different phylogroups.
schreibersii bats, as was WCBV, the other European lyssavirus outside phylogroup I.
Consequently, it is difficult to imagine that WCBV or LLEBV are locally restricted; both could be located far from where they were found.
Atualmente, ARAV e considerado uma nova especie assim como outros tres virus isolados tambem de morcegos insetivoros (KHUV, IRKV e WCBV), segundo o International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV).
The detection of WCBV cross-reacting neutralizing antibodies in gregarious Miniopterus spp.
We used primers designed for the nucleoprotein genes of LBV, MOKV, and WCBV.
The neutralizing activity of each serum sample was determined against LBV, MOKV, DUVV, RABV, and WCBV. All samples were initially screened in dilutions of 1:10 and 1:25.
However, virus-neutralizing activity against WCBV was detected in serum of Miniopterus insectivorous bats (Figure 2) from 4 of the 5 locations where these species were collected (online Appendix Table).
Because limited serologic cross-reactivity between lyssaviruses and other rhabdoviruses has been demonstrated (12), the WCBV seroprevalence we detected may have been caused by some other serologically related virus.
WCBV was connected to the cluster of genotypes 2 and 3, but bootstrap support of this joining was insignificant (68%), illustrating that this virus is the most divergent member of the Lyssavirus genus examined to date.