New Respiratory Enterovirus and Recombinant Rhinoviruses among Circulating Picornaviruses
Caroline Tapparel1 , Thomas Junier1, Daniel Gerlach, Sandra Van Belle, Lara Turin, Samuel Cordey, Kathrin Mühlemann, Nicolas Regamey, John-David Aubert, Paola M. Soccal, Philippe Eigenmann, Evgeny Zdobnov1, and Laurent Kaiser1
Author affiliations: University of Geneva Hospitals, Geneva, Switzerland (C. Tapparel, S. Van Belle, L. Turin, S. Cordey, P. M. Soccal, P. Eigenmann, L. Kaiser); University of Geneva Medical School, Geneva (C. Tapparel, T. Junier, D. Gerlach, S. Van Belle, L. Turin, S. Cordey, E. Zdobnov, L. Kaiser); Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Geneva (T. Junier, D. Gerlach, E. Zdobnov); University Hospital of Bern, Bern, Switzerland (K. Mühlemann, N. Regamey); University Hospital of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland (J.-D. Aubert); Imperial College London, London, UK (E. Zdobnov); 1These authors contributed equally to this article.
Figure 2. Full genome phylogenetic tree of enterovirus 104 (EV-104), representative strain CL-1231094, and members of the human enterovirus C (HEV-C) species. Human rhinovirus A (HRV-A) (GenBank accession no. DQ473509) was used as outgroup. Coxsackievirus A1 (CV-A1) (AF499635), CV-A21 (AF546702), CV-A20 (AF499642), CV-A17 (AF499639), CV-A13 (AF499637), CV-A11 (AF499636), CV-A19 (AF499641), CV-A22 (AF499643), CV-A24 (D90457), poliovirus 1 (PV-1) (V01148), PV-2 (X00595), and PV-3 (X00925) sequences were obtained from GenBank.
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