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Volume 12, Number 10—October 2006

Dispatch

Fourth Human Parechovirus Serotype

Kimberley S.M. Benschop*Comments to Author , Janke Schinkel*, Manon E. Luken†, Peter J.M. van den Broek†, Matthias F.C. Beersma‡, Negassi Menelik§, Hetty W.M. van Eijk*, Hans L. Zaaijer*, Christina M.J.E. VandenBroucke-Grauls*, Marcel G.H.M. Beld*, and Katja C. Wolthers*
Author affiliations: *Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, the Netherlands; †Primagen, Amsterdam, the Netherlands; ‡Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, the Netherlands; §BovenIJ Ziekenhuis, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

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Figure 2

Similarity plot of human parechovirus serotype 1 (HPeV1) Harris (S45208), HPeV2 Williamson (AJ005695), HPeV2 CT86-6760 (AF055846), HPeV3 A308-99 (AB084913), and Can82853-01 (AJ889918) against K251176-02. Each curve is a comparison between the K251176-02 genome and an HPeV prototype. Each point represents the percentage identity within a sliding window 600 bp wide, centered on the position plotted, with a step size of 20 bp. Positions containing gaps were excluded from the comparison by gap strip

Figure 2. Similarity plot of human parechovirus serotype 1 (HPeV1) Harris (S45208), HPeV2 Williamson (AJ005695), HPeV2 CT86-6760 (AF055846), HPeV3 A308-99 (AB084913), and Can82853-01 (AJ889918) against K251176-02. Each curve is a comparison between the K251176-02 genome and an HPeV prototype. Each point represents the percentage identity within a sliding window 600 bp wide, centered on the position plotted, with a step size of 20 bp. Positions containing gaps were excluded from the comparison by gap stripping, and Jukes and Cantor correction was applied. Similarity plots of the full-length sequences of the HPeV prototypes were generated by using SimPlot version 2.5.

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