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Volume 17, Number 5—May 2011

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Genomic Characterization of Nipah Virus, West Bengal, India

Vidya A. ArankalleComments to Author , Bhaswati T. Bandyopadhyay, Ashwini Y. Ramdasi, Ramesh Jadi, Dilip R. Patil, Mehebubar Rahman, Monalisa Majumdar, Parthasarthi S. Banerjee, Amiyakumar K. Hati, Ramaprasad P. Goswami, Dhruba Kumar Neogi, and Akhilesh C. Mishra
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: National Institute of Virology, Pune, India (V.A. Arankalle, A.Y. Ramdasi, R. Jadi, D.R. Patil, A.C. Mishra); Calcutta School of Tropical Medicine, Kolkata, India (B.T. Bandyopadhyay, M. Rahman, M. Majumdar, P.S. Banerjee, R.P. Goswami, D.K. Neogi); Gautam Laboratories, Kolkata (A.K. Hati)

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Table

Regionwise amino acid substitutions in the Nipah virus genome*

Region and amino acid position India Bangladesh Malaysia
Phosphoprotein
228 K R R
276 S G G
285 R H R
310
R
G
G
Nucleocapsid protein
188 E D E
211
R
Q
Q
Matrix protein
13
I
M
M
Fusion protein
19 I M M
207 L S L
252
D
G
D
Attachment protein
304
V
I
I
Large polymerase protein
94 I T I
112 K R K
632 N S N
639 N D N
665 T I T
1748 I V I

*GenBank accession numbers of isolates examined: India (FJ513078), Bangladesh (AY988601), and Malaysia (AY029767,AY029768, and AJ564623). Boldface indicates unique amino acids in the isolate from India.

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