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Volume 13, Number 10—October 2007

Research

Antigenic Diversity of Human Sapoviruses

Grant S. Hansman*Comments to Author , Tomoichiro Oka*, Naomi Sakon†, and Naokazu Takeda*
Author affiliations: *National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Tokyo, Japan; †Osaka Prefectural Institute of Public Health, Osaka, Japan;

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Figure 4

Amino acid alignment of capsid (VP1) sequences of sapoviruses GI/1 Mc114, GI/5 Yokote1, GII/3 Syd53, GIV/1 Syd3, and GV/1 NK24. Sequences in rectangular boxes represent predicted P2 domains (13). Asterisks indicate conserved amino acids among these 3 VP1 sequences.

Figure 4. Amino acid alignment of capsid (VP1) sequences of sapoviruses GI/1 Mc114, GI/5 Yokote1, GII/3 Syd53, GIV/1 Syd3, and GV/1 NK24. Sequences in rectangular boxes represent predicted P2 domains (13). Asterisks indicate conserved amino acids among these 3 VP1 sequences.

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