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Citation: Junming Shi, Zhihong Hu, Fei Deng, Shu Shen. Tick-Borne Viruses [J].VIROLOGICA SINICA, 2018, 33(1) : 21-43.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12250-018-0019-0

Tick-Borne Viruses

  • Corresponding author: Fei Deng, df@wh.iov.cn, ORCID: 0000-0002-5385-083X
    Shu Shen, shenshu@wh.iov.cn, ORCID: 0000-0002-0013-5365
  • Received Date: 08 December 2017
    Accepted Date: 30 January 2018
  • Ticks are important vectors for the transmission of pathogens including viruses. The viruses carried by ticks also known as tick-borne viruses (TBVs), contain a large group of viruses with diverse genetic properties and are concluded in two orders, nine families, and at least 12 genera. Some members of the TBVs are notorious agents causing severe diseases with high mortality rates in humans and livestock, while some others may pose risks to public health that are still unclear to us. Herein, we review the current knowledge of TBVs with emphases on the history of virus isolation and identification, tick vectors, and potential pathogenicity to humans and animals, including assigned species as well as the recently discovered and unassigned species. All these will promote our understanding of the diversity of TBVs, and will facilitate the further investigation of TBVs in association with both ticks and vertebrate hosts.

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    Abstract: Ticks are important vectors for the transmission of pathogens including viruses. The viruses carried by ticks also known as tick-borne viruses (TBVs), contain a large group of viruses with diverse genetic properties and are concluded in two orders, nine families, and at least 12 genera. Some members of the TBVs are notorious agents causing severe diseases with high mortality rates in humans and livestock, while some others may pose risks to public health that are still unclear to us. Herein, we review the current knowledge of TBVs with emphases on the history of virus isolation and identification, tick vectors, and potential pathogenicity to humans and animals, including assigned species as well as the recently discovered and unassigned species. All these will promote our understanding of the diversity of TBVs, and will facilitate the further investigation of TBVs in association with both ticks and vertebrate hosts.