The characteristics of its genome--a single, closed molecule of circular, negative-sense DNA [approximately equal to] 2,300 nt long--and sequence homology with the chicken anemia virus (CAV) have suggested that HGyV might be the first human-infecting member of the genus Gyrovirus, which is part of the family Circoviridae and encompasses only 1 previously known species, CAV (2).
What does CAV stand for?
CAV stands for Chicken Anemia Virus
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- Central Africa Vision
- Centre Alexis Vautrin (French: Alexis Vautrin Center; est. 1924; Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy, France)
- Centre Astronomique Vendéen (French: Vendéen Astronomical Center; Vendée, France)
- Centre d'Art Visuel (French: Visual Art Center; France and Switzerland)
- Centro Ecuménico Antonio Valdivieso (Antonio Valdivieso Ecumenical Centre)
- Champagne Audiovisuel (French: Champagne Audiovisual; Cormontreuil, France)
- Chick Anemia Virus
- Club Automodélisme de Viglain (French: Auto-Modeler Club of Viglain; Viglain, France)
- Club d'Aviron Vésenaz (French: Rowing Club Vésenaz; Vésenaz, Switzerland)
- Coalition Anti-Vivisection (Belgium)
- Colegio de Arquitectos de Venezuela (Spanish: Venezuela Association of Architects)
- Collision Avoidance System
- Combat Autonomous Vehicle
- Command Assault Vehicle
- Command Assistance Visit (US DoD)
- Command Authority Violation
- Commercial Asset Visibility
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Specifically, chicken anemia virus was not screened in these samples before use in this study because of the lack of conserved regions between these 2 viruses.
Results of commercial enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays on serum samples showed that birds had antibodies against infectious bursal disease virus (100%), Newcastle disease virus (97%), avian encephalomyelitis virus (92%), chicken anemia virus (90%), infectious bronchitis virus (85%), Mycoplasma gallisepticum (73%), and Mycoplasma synoviae (68%).