Possibility and challenges of conversion of current virus species names to Linnaean binomials

Thomas S. Postler, Anna N. Clawson, Gaya K. Amarasinghe, Christopher F. Basler, Sbina Bavari, Mária Benko, Kim R. Blasdell, Thomas Briese, Michael J. Buchmeier, Alexander Bukreyev, Charles H. Calisher, Kartik Chandran, Rémi Charrel, Christopher S. Clegg, Peter L. Collins, Juan Carlos De La Torre, Joseph L. DeRisi, Ralf G. Dietzgen, Olga Dolnik, Ralf DürrwaldJohn M. Dye, Andrew J. Easton, Sébastian Emonet, Pierre Formenty, Ron A.M. Fouchier, Elodie Ghedin, Jean Paul Gonzalez, Balázs Harrach, Roger Hewson, Masayuki Horie, Dàohóng Jiāng, Gary Kobinger, Hideki Kondo, Andrew M. Kropinski, Mart Krupovic, Gael Kurath, Robert A. Lamb, Eric M. Leroy, Igor S. Lukashevich, Andrea Maisner, Arcady R. Mushegian, Sergey V. Netesov, Norbert Nowotny, Jean L. Patterson, Susan L. Payne, Janusz T. Paweska, Clarence J. Peters, Sheli R. Radoshitzky, Bertus K. Rima, Victor Romanowski, Dennis Rubbenstroth, Sead Sabanadzovic, Hélène Sanfaçon, Maria S. Salvato, Martin Schwemmle, Sophie J. Smither, Mark D. Stenglein, David M. Stone, Ayato Takada, Robert B. Tesh, Keizo Tomonaga, Noël Tordo, Jonathan S. Towner, Nikos Vasilakis, Viktor E. Volchkov, Victoria Wahl-Jensen, Peter J. Walker, Lin Fa Wang, Arvind Varsani, Anna E. Whitfield, F. Murilo Zerbini, Jens H. Kuhn

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