Arenaviridae


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Related to Arenaviridae: Coronaviridae, Astroviridae, Arenavirus group
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Outside of the the Filoviridae, there are the Arenaviridae (Lassa fever and more exceptionally the Junin and Machupo virus), and the Bunyaviridae (Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever).
Members of the virus genera Hantavirus (family Bunyaviridae) and Arenavirus (family Arenaviridae) are rodent-borne viruses with cosmopolitan distributions, primarily associated with the rodent families Cricetidae (New World) and Muridae (Old World).
Los virus que producen las fiebres hemorragicas se clasifican en cinco familias: Arenaviridae (fiebre de Lassa y fiebres hemorragicas de Argentina, Bolivia, Venezuela y Brasil), Bunyaviridae (fiebre hemorragica con sindrome renal y sindrome pulmonar por hantavirus, fiebre hemorragica de Crimea-Congo), Filoviridae (fiebre de Ebola y de Marburgo) y Flaviviridae (fiebre amarilla y dengue).
Bugun icin tanimlanmis olan viral kanamali ates etkeni olan virusler KKKA'nin da etkeni olan Bunyaviridae, Filoviridae (Marburg virus ve Ebola virus), Arenaviridae (Lassa virus ve Junin, Machupo, Sabia ve Guanarito virus), Rift Valley fever virus [RVFV] ve Hantavirus) ve Flaviviridae (yellow fever virus ve dengue virus) gibi RNA viruslandir (9).
Arenaviruses, in the order Mononegavirales and the Arenaviridae family, tend to cause hemorrhagic disease.
Characterization of Oliveros Virus, an new member of the Tacaribe Complex (Arenaviridae: Arenavirus).
Arenaviridae Lassa Argentine hemorrhagic fever Bolivian hemorrhagic fever Brazilian hemorrhagic fever Venezuelan hemorrhagic fever
Lassa virus (LASV; family Arenaviridae, genus Mammarena-virus) is the etiologic agent of the severe hemorrhagic disease Lassa fever.