Jianchao Zong

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Extended genotypic evaluation and comparison of twenty-two cases of lethal EEHV1 hemorrhagic disease in wild and captive Asian elephants in India

Zachariah, A., Sajesh, P. K., Santhosh, S., Bathrachalam, C., Megha, M., Pandiyan, J., Jishnu, M., Kobragade, R. S., Long, S. Y., Zong, J., Latimer, E. M., Heaggans, S. Y. & Hayward, G. S., Aug 1 2018, In : PLoS One. 13, 8, e0202438.

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  • Comparison of the gene coding contents and other unusual features of the GC-rich and AT-rich branch probosciviruses

    Ling, P. D., Long, S. Y., Zong, J. C., Heaggans, S. Y., Qin, X. & Hayward, G. S., May 1 2016, In : mSphere. 1, 3, e00091-16.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Detection of quiescent infections with multiple elephant endotheliotropic herpesviruses (EEHVs), including EEHV2, EEHV3, EEHV6, and EEHV7, within lymphoid lung nodules or lung and spleen tissue samples from five asymptomatic adult African elephants

    Zong, J., Heaggans, S. Y., Long, S. Y., Latimer, E. M., Nofs, S. A., Bronson, E., Casares, M., Fouraker, M. D., Pearson, V. R., Richman, L. K. & Hayward, G. S., 2016, In : Journal of Virology. 90, 6, p. 3028-3043 16 p.

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  • Comparative genome analysis of four elephant endotheliotropic herpesviruses, EEHV3, EEHV4, EEHV5, and EEHV6, from cases of hemorrhagic disease or viremia

    Zong, J. C., Latimer, E. M., Long, S. Y., Richman, L. K., Heaggans, S. Y. & Hayward, G. S., 2014, In : Journal of virology. 88, 23, p. 13547-13569 23 p.

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  • Elephant endotheliotropic herpesviruses EEHV1A, EEHV1B, and EEHV2 from cases of hemorrhagic disease are highly diverged from other mammalian herpesviruses and may form a new subfamily

    Richman, L. K., Zong, J. C., Latimer, E. M., Lock, J., Fleischer, R. C., Heaggans, S. Y. & Hayward, G. S., 2014, In : Journal of virology. 88, 23, p. 13523-13546 24 p.

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