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Table 1 Proven and possible diseases associated with PyVs

From: Codon usage patterns of LT-Ag genes in polyomaviruses from different host species

HostVirus nameSpeciesAbbr.Clinical correlateRef.
HumanMerkel cell polyomavirusHuman polyomavirus 5MCPyVMerkel cell cancer[6]
HumanTrichodysplasia spinulosa-associated polyomavirusHuman polyomavirus 8TSPyVTrichodysplasia spinulosa[15]
HumanBK polyomavirusHuman polyomavirus 1BKPyVPolyomavirus-associated nephropathy; haemorrhagic
cystitis
[4]
HumanJC polyomavirusHuman polyomavirus 2JCPyVProgressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PML)[5]
HumanHuman polyomavirus 6Human polyomavirus 6HPyV6HPyV6 associated pruritic and dyskeratotic dermatosis (H6PD)[16]
HumanHuman polyomavirus 7Human polyomavirus 7HPyV7HPyV7-related epithelial hyperplasia[16]
MonkeySimian virus 40Macaca mulatta polyomavirus 1SV40PML-like disease in Immunocompromised animals[3]
Hamsterhamster polyomavirusMesocricetus auratus
polyomavirus 1
HaPyVSkin tumors[17]
Mousemouse pneumotropic virusMus musculus polyomavirus 2MPtVRespiratory disease in suckling mice[18]
Birdbudgerigar fledgling disease virusAves polyomavirus 1BFDVBudgerigar fledgling disease; polyomavirus disease[19,20,21]
FinchFinch polyomavirusPyrrhula pyrrhula polyomavirus 1FPyVPolyomavirus disease[22]
GooseGoose hemorrhagic polyomavirusAnser anser polyomavirus 1GHPVHemorrhagic nephritis and enteritis[23]
  1. References are specified for first description