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A 5-year-old girl along with one more child has lost their lives due to this unknown disease. After the first case recorded, the health officers in Gujrat are on alert. Chandipura virus is a dangerous virus which only attacks small children. Let us know everything about this virus. What is Chandipura Virus?

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Species: Chandipura virus Chandipura virus is a member of the Rhabdoviridae family that is associated with an encephalitic illness in humans. It was first identified in after isolation from the blood of two patients from Chandipura village in Maharashtra state, India [1] and has been associated with a number of otherwise unexplained outbreaks of encephalitic illness in central India. The most recent occurred in Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra in June-August with children affected and deaths.

The presence of the virus in Africa indicates a wide distribution although no human cases have been observed outside of India.

The significance of Chandipura virus as a human pathogen is unresolved due to doubts over its role in the and outbreaks. Matrix protein glues the encapsidated genome RNA, also known as nucleocapsid, with the outer membrane envelop. G protein spikes out of the membrane and acts as a major antigenic determinant.

During transcription, viral polymerase synthesizes five discrete mRNAs and obeys to stop signals that are present at the gene boundaries. Accumulation of adequate amounts of viral proteins within infected cells through viral transcription and subsequent translation potentiate the onset of viral replicative cycle. In this phase, same L protein acts as a replicase and ignore the gene junctions to generate a polycistronic anti-genomic analogue that acts as a template for further rounds of replication to generate many more copies of the genome RNA.

This progeny genome RNA upon packaging by viral proteins bud out as mature virus particles. The precise mechanism underlying the switch in polymerase function during viral replication remains unknown. December Indian Journal of Medical Research 55 12 : — Lancet : — September American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 73 3 : — May American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 50 5 : — October Bioscience Reports 27 4—5 : — Retrieved

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Chandipura vesiculovirus

References Chandipura vesiculovirus has been isolated from sandflies in India and West Africa [5] and is probably spread through its bite. The presence of the virus in Africa indicates a wide distribution although no human cases have been observed outside India. Sandfly is a colloquial name for any species or genus of flying, biting, blood-sucking dipteran fly encountered in sandy areas. In the United States, sandfly may refer to certain horse flies that are also known as "greenheads", or to members of the family Ceratopogonidae, also known in Florida and elsewhere as a sand gnat, sandflea, granny nipper, chitra, punkie, or punky. Outside the United States, sandfly may refer to members of the subfamily Phlebotominae within the Psychodidae.

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Synonyms [1] Chandipura virus Chandipura vesiculovirus has been isolated from sandflies in India and West Africa [5] and is probably spread through its bite. The presence of the virus in Africa indicates a wide distribution although no human cases have been observed outside India. The significance of Chandipura vesiculovirus as a human pathogen is unresolved due to doubts over its role in the and outbreaks. Matrix protein glues the encapsidated genome RNA, also known as nucleocapsid, with the outer membrane envelop. G protein spikes out of the membrane and acts as a major antigenic determinant. During transcription, viral polymerase synthesizes five discrete mRNAs and obeys to stop signals that are present at the gene boundaries.

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Chandipura virus

Synonyms [1] Chandipura virus Chandipura vesiculovirus CHPV is a member of the Rhabdoviridae family that is associated with an encephalitic illness in humans. It was first identified in after isolation from the blood of two patients from Chandipura village in Maharashtra state, India [2] and has been associated with a number of otherwise unexplained outbreaks of encephalitic illness in central India. The most recent occurred in Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra in June—August with children affected and deaths. The presence of the virus in Africa indicates a wide distribution although no human cases have been observed outside India. The significance of Chandipura vesiculovirus as a human pathogen is unresolved due to doubts over its role in the and outbreaks. Matrix protein glues the encapsidated genome RNA, also known as nucleocapsid, with the outer membrane envelop. G protein spikes out of the membrane and acts as a major antigenic determinant.

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