Mark S. Bailey* , Christopher J. Boos*, Guy Vautier*, Andrew D. Green†, Hazel Appleton‡, Chris I. Gallimore‡, Jim J. Gray‡, and Nicholas J. Beeching§
Author affiliations: *Army Medical Directorate, Camberley, United Kingdom; †Ministry of Defence, London, United Kingdom; ‡Health Protection Agency, London, United Kingdom; §Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Figure 2. Dendrogram of the 5´ end of open reading frame 2 of noroviruses, including the Shaibah strain. Scale at the top shows percent relatedness between different strains. GenBank strains are Alphatron/1998/NL (AF195847), Seacroft/1990/UK (AJ277620), Hillingdon/1994/UK (AJ277607), Melksham/1995/UK (X81879), Mexico/1989/MX (U22498), Hawaii/1972/US (U07611), Idaho Falls/378/1996/US (AY054299), Virginia207/1997/US (AY038599), Amsterdam/1998/NL (AF195848), Leeds/1990/UK (AJ277608), Grimsby/1995/UK (AJ004864), Lordsdale/1995/UK (X86557), Desert Shield/1990/SA (U04468), Winchester/1995/UK (AJ277609), Chiba407/1987/JP (AB022679), Musgrove/1989/UK (AJ277614), Sindlesham/1995/UK (AJ277615), Norwalk/1969/US (M87661), and Southampton/1991/UK (L07418). The sequence of the Shaibah/2003/IQ strain can be obtained from the Enteric Virus Unit, Virus Reference Department, Centre for Infections, Health Protection Agency (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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