Volume 16, Number 7—July 2010
High Diversity and Ancient Common Ancestry of Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis Virus
|Within lineage I||19||15||15||11||6||4|
|Within lineage II||25||15||34||18||7||3|
|Within lineage III†||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA|
|Within lineage IV‡||NA||18||NA||NA||13||5|
|Between lineages I and II||27||22||27||19||11||6|
|Between lineages I and III||28||23||19||19||11||8|
|Between lineages I and IV||NA||24||NA||NA||19||9|
|Between lineages II and III||27||22||28||19||11||6|
|Between lineages II and IV||NA||24||NA||NA||18||10|
|Between lineages III and IV||NA||25||NA||NA||19||11|
*nt, nucleotide; aa, amino acid; GPC, glycoprotein precursor; NA, not applicable. Pairwise genetic distances (uncorrected p values) were measured eliminating all positions containing alignment gaps and missing data.
†Only 1 sequence in lineage III.
‡No available L sequence in lineage IV.
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