Metagenomic approaches are rapidly expanding our knowledge of the diversity of viruses. In the fecal matter of Nigerian chimpanzees we recovered three gokushovirus genomes, one circular replication-associated protein encoding single-stranded DNA virus (CRESS), and a CRESS DNA molecule.
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Walters, M., Bawuro, M., Christopher, A., Knight, A., Kraberger, S., Stainton, D., . . . Varsani, A. (2017). Novel Single-Stranded DNA Virus Genomes Recovered from Chimpanzee Feces Sampled from the Mambilla Plateau in Nigeria. Genome Announcements, 5(9). doi:10.1128/genomea.01715-16