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Volume 15, Number 9—September 2009

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Human Infection with G12 Rotaviruses, Germany

Corinna PietschComments to Author  and Uwe G. Liebert
Author affiliations: Leipzig University, Leipzig, Germany

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GenBank accession numbers of both G12 strains of rotavirus found in Germany*

Gene segment GER126-08† GER172-08
VP1 FJ747613 FJ747625
VP2 FJ747614 FJ747626
VP3 FJ747615 FJ747627
VP4 FJ747616 FJ747628
VP6 FJ747617 FJ747629
VP7 FJ747618, FJ747619 FJ747630
NSP1 FJ747620 FJ747631
NSP2 FJ747621 FJ747632
NSP3 FJ747622 FJ747633
NSP4 FJ747623 FJ747634
NSP5/6 FJ747624 FJ747635

*VP, viral protein; NSP, nonstructural protein.
†Sequences of both G12 and G3 genotypes were present in strain GER126-08.

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