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Any of a genus of RNA viruses, including species that cause equine arteritis and swine infertility.

[From (equine) arteri(itis) virus, the type virus of the genus.]
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Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) is a member of the genus Arterivirus within the family Arteriviridae, which also includes equine arteritis virus (EAV), murine lactate dehydrogenase-elevating virus (LDV), and simian hemorrhagic fever virus (SHFV) (Cavanagh, 1997; Snijder and Meulenberg, 1998).
CNS homogenates from the index farm tested negative by PCR for the following pathogens (families in parentheses): porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (Arteriviridae); porcine circovirus 2 (Circoviridae); hemagglutinating encephalitis virus (Coronaviridae); and porcine parvovirus 1, 2, 4, and porcine bocavirus (Parvoviridae).
Real- Real- Virus Virus time RPA time Virus family species strain RPA LFD qPCR PCV2 NX strain 6 min + 15 (CT) Circoviridae PCV2 CQ strain 5.6 min + 14 (CT) PCV1 JL strain - - - Arteriviridae PRRSV CH-1R - - - Herpesviridae PRV Fa - - - Flaviviridae CSF C-strain - - - Parvoviridae PPV AV30 - - - Picornaviridae FMDV FMDV/O/CHA - - - + Positive; - negative.
The causative agent, PRRSV, is a single-stranded positive-sense RNA virus classified within the family Arteriviridae [16].
PRRS is caused by PRRS virus (PRRSV), which belongs to order Nidovirales, family Arteriviridae, genus Arterivirus [5].
La enfermedad es causada por un virus ARN de cadena sencilla, perteneciente al orden Nidovirales, familia Arteriviridae, genero Arterivirus, grupo Nidovirus [15].
The 4 exceptions comprise 2 families that have no known human-infective viruses (Arteriviridae and Birnaviridae) and 2 with species that have been reported in humans but only at level 2 (Asfarviridae and Bornaviridae).