Parvoviruses (family Parvoviridae
) are small, nonenveloped viruses of 25-30 nm in diameter, with an icosahedral capsid.
The HBoV is a member of the Parvoviridae
family, Parvovirinae subfamily, and the genus of Bocavirus [19-21].
It is a member of the Parvoviridae
family, and it's tiny, with a roughly 18 nm diameter, unenveloped icosahedral protein capsid carrying ~4700 bases of DNA.
Human Bocavirus (HBoV), first described in 2005, (1) belongs to the family Parvoviridae
, genus Bocaparvovirus and includes four types (HBoV 1-4).
 is another recent effort aimed at describing the occurrence and genetic diversity of selected DNA viruses belonging to different families, namely, Adenoviridae, Circoviridae, Anelloviridae, and Parvoviridae
in Cameroonian pigs.
HPVB19 is the first known human virus in the Parvoviridae
family, genus Erythroparvovirus, which is a nonenveloped, icosahedral virus containing a single-stranded linear DNA genome .
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.
exp Parvovirus B19, Human/ or Parvoviridae
Infections/ or exp Erythema Infectiosum/
Human parvovirus (HPV) B19, being first discovered and introduced in 1975, is a non-enveloped single-stranded DNA virus from the Parvoviridae