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Volume 10, Number 5—May 2004

Research

Genetic Variation of SARS Coronavirus in Beijing Hospital

Dongping Xu*, Zheng Zhang*, Fuliang Chu*, Yonggang Li*, Lei Jin*, Lingxia Zhang*, George F. Gao†, and Fu-Sheng Wang*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Beijing 302 Hospital, Beijing, China; †University of Oxford, Headington, Oxford, United Kingdom

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Figure 2

Variants identified from 29 full-length S genes of severe acute respiratory syndrome–associated coronavirus from 20 SARS patients in comparison with BJ01 strain (GenBank accession no. AY278488). The nucleotide positions are numbered according to the sequence of BJ01 strain. Numbers start from the beginning of the genome, but the amino acid numbers start from the S protein. The filled arrows represent nonsynonymous mutations, and the hollow arrows represent synonymous ones. The occurrence indicat

Figure 2. Variants identified from 29 full-length S genes of severe acute respiratory syndrome–associated coronavirus from 20 SARS patients in comparison with BJ01 strain (GenBank accession no. AY278488). The nucleotide positions are numbered according to the sequence of BJ01 strain. Numbers start from the beginning of the genome, but the amino acid numbers start from the S protein. The filled arrows represent nonsynonymous mutations, and the hollow arrows represent synonymous ones. The occurrence indicates the frequency of the variant nucleotide at the given site of the identified 29 entire S genes.

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