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Volume 11, Number 1—January 2005

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G, N, and P Gene-based Analysis of Chandipura Viruses, India

Vidya A. Arankalle*Comments to Author , Shrotri Sandhya Prabhakar*, Walimbe Atul Madhukar*, Pawar Shailesh Dattatraya*, Mishra Akhilesh Chandra*, and Hanumaih
Author affiliations: *National Institute of Virology, Pune, Maharashtra, India

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Figure 1

Partial G gene nucleotide sequence alignment of 3 Chandipura viruses (CHPV) isolated during the outbreak along with the corresponding sequence derived from the clinical samples. For details on isolates, see Table 1. GenBank accession numbers for the sequences derived from clinical specimens and published earlier (1) are AY554407, AY554409, and AY554411.

Figure 1. Partial G gene nucleotide sequence alignment of 3 Chandipura viruses (CHPV) isolated during the outbreak along with the corresponding sequence derived from the clinical samples. For details on isolates, see Table 1. GenBank accession numbers for the sequences derived from clinical specimens and published earlier (1) are AY554407, AY554409, and AY554411.

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