Phylogeographic Genetic Diversity in the White Sucker Hepatitis B Virus across the Great Lakes Region and Alberta, Canada

Hepatitis B viruses belong to a household of round, double-stranded DNA viruses that infect a spread of organisms, with host responses that fluctuate from gentle an infection to power an infection and most cancers. The white sucker hepatitis B virus (WSHBV) was first described within the white sucker (Catostomus commersonii), a freshwater teleost, and belongs to the genus Parahepadnavirus. At current,

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