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Volume 18, Number 5—May 2012

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Novel Human Adenovirus Strain, Bangladesh

Yuki Matsushima, Hideaki Shimizu, Atsuko Kano, Etsuko Nakajima, Yoko Ishimaru, Shuvra Kanti Dey, Yuki Watanabe, Fuyuka Adachi, Keiichiro Suzuki, Kohnosuke Mitani, Tsuguto Fujimoto, Tung Gia Phan, and Hiroshi UshijimaComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Kawasaki City Institute of Public Health, Kanagawa, Japan (Y. Matsushima, H. Shimizu, A. Kano, E. Nakajima, Y. Ishimaru); Nihon University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan (K. Dey, H. Ushijima); Saitama Medical School, Saitama, Japan (Y. Watanabe, F. Adachi, K. Suzuki, K. Mitani); National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Tokyo (T. Fujimoto); Blood Systems Research Institute, San Francisco, California, USA (T.G. Phan)

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Figure A1

Phylogenetic trees of a novel human adenovirus (HAdV-65), 3 strains (DC 11, DC 253, and DC 303), and other HAdV-D reference strains. Full genome sequences (except for the 3 strains) (A), loop 1 (B) and loop 2 (C) sequences of hexon gene, hypervariable loop 1 of penton base gene (D), Arg-Gly-Asp (RGD) loop of penton base gene (E), and fiber gene (F). Black dots indicate new strains isolated in this study. Scale bars indicate nucleotide substitutions per site. Adenoviruses HAdV-8 (DQ149614, AB4487

Figure A1. . Phylogenetic trees of a novel human adenovirus (HAdV-65), 3 strains (DC 11, DC 253, and DC 303), and other HAdV-D reference strains. Full genome sequences (except for the 3 strains) (A), loop 1 (B) and loop 2 (C) sequences of hexon gene, hypervariable loop 1 of penton base gene (D), Arg-Gly-Asp (RGD) loop of penton base gene (E), and fiber gene (F). Black dots indicate new strains isolated in this study. Scale bars indicate nucleotide substitutions per site. Adenoviruses HAdV-8 (DQ149614, AB448767), HAdV-9 (AJ854486), HAdV-10 (DQ149615, DQ375463, AB369368), HAdV-13 (DQ149616), HAdV-15 (DQ149617, AB562586), HAdV-17 (AF108105), HAdV-19 (DQ149618, EF121005), HAdV-20 (DQ149619), HAdV-22 (DQ149620, FJ404771), HAdV-23 (DQ149621), HAdV-24 (DQ149622), HAdV-25 (DQ149623), HAdV-26 (DQ140624, EF153474), HAdV-27 (DQ149625), HAdV-28 (DQ149626, FJ824826), HAdV-29 (DQ149627, AB562587), HAdV-30 (DQ149628, AF447393), HAdV-32 (DQ149629), HAdV-D33 (DQ149630), HAdV-36 (DQ149631, GQ384080), HAdV-37 (DQ149632, DQ900900), HAdV-38 (DQ149633), HAdV-39 (DQ149634), HAdV-42 (DQ149635), HAdV-43 (DQ149636), HAdV-44 (DQ149637), HAdV-45 (DQ149638), HAdV-46 (DQ149639, AY875648), HAdV-47 (DQ149640), HAdV-48 (EF153473), HAdV-49 (DQ149641, DQ393829), HAdV-51 (DQ149642), HAdV-53 (FJ169625), HAdV-54 (NC012959), HAdV-56 (HM770721), HAdV-58 (HQ883276), HAdV-59 (JF799911), and HAdV-4 (AY487947) were used as reference strains.

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