Table 2

Characteristics of viruses

Virus speciesAbbreviationFamilyGenomeORF clones% of complete ORFeome
Human cytomegalovirus*HCMV/HHV-5HerpesvirinaedsDNA164100
Epstein-Barr virus *EBV/HHV-4HerpesvirinaedsDNA85100
Coxsackievirus B *CVBPicornaviridaessRNA+12100
Rubella virus*RUBATogaviridaessRNA+6100
Mumps virus*MuVParamyxoviridaessRNA−9100
Human endogenous retrovirus K*HERKRetrovirideassRNA−4100
Rotaviruses*RVReoviridaedsRNA12100
Hepatitis B virusHBVHerpesviridaedsDNA10100
Human papillomavirus 16HPV16PapillomaviridaedsDNA8100
Human papillomavirus 18HPV18PapillomaviridaedsDNA8100
Chikungunya virusCHIKVTogaviridaessRNA+9100
Semliki Forest virusSFVTogaviridaessRNA+9100
Sindbis virusSINVTogaviridaessRNA+9100
Influenza A virus (H1N1)n/aOrthomyxoviridaessRNA−10100
Influenza A virus (H3N2)n/aOrthomyxoviridaessRNA−10100
Varicella-zoster virusVZVHerpeviridaedsDNA6893.1
Simian virus 40SV40PolyomaviridaedsDNA685.7
Vaccinia virusVACVPoxviridaedsDNA16774.9
Yellow fever virusYFFlaviviridaessRNA+1171.4
Measles virus, vaccine strainMeV, vaccineParamyxoviridaessRNA−562.5
Measles virus, WT strainMeV, WTParamyxoviridaessRNA−562.5
Adenovirusn/aAdenoviridaedsDNA1642.1
Tioman virusn/aParamyxoviridaessRNA−337.5
  • *The seven viruses epidemiologically associated with T1D. n/a, not applicable.