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Volume 13, Number 7—July 2007


Brazilian Vaccinia Viruses and Their Origins

Giliane S. Trindade*1, Ginny L. Emerson*1, Darin S. Carroll*, Erna G.†, and Inger K. Damon*Comments to Author 

Author affiliations: *Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; †Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil;

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Table 1

Single gene sequences of Vaccinia viruses included in this study

Strain, isolate (abbreviation)Gene and GenBank accession no.*
BeAn 58058 virus (BAV)DQ206442AF261890DQ194388NA
SpAn232 virus (SAV)AF261890DQ194384DQ194387NA
Belo Horizonte (VBH)DQ206435DQ194383DQ194390AF501620
Guarani P1 virus (GP1V)DQ206436DQ194380DQ194385DQ363383
Guarani P2 virus (GP2V)DQ206437DQ194381DQ194386NA
Araçatuba virus (ARAV)AY523994DQ194382DQ194389NA
Passatempo virus (PSTV)DQ070848DQ530239DQ530240NA
Cantagalo virus (CTGV)AF229247AY500815AY771338NA
Malbran virus (VACV-Malbran)AY146624NANANA
Vaccinia virus-Oswaldo Cruz Institute (VACV-IOC)AF229248AY500816DQ070236NA
WyethZ99051Not includedNANA

*Reference: Vaccinia Copenhagen. A56R, viral hemagglutinin; B19R, soluble alpha/beta interferon [IFN] receptor; E3L, dsRNA-binding protein; rpo132-ATI-p4c-A27L, a region that codes for the major protein of the A-type inclusion body (14); NA, not available.

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1These authors contributed equally to this work.

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