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Volume 18, Number 6—June 2012

Research

Human Gyrovirus DNA in Human Blood, Italy

Fabrizio MaggiComments to Author , Lisa Macera, Daniele Focosi, Maria Linda Vatteroni, Ugo Boggi, Guido Antonelli, Marc Eloit, and Mauro Pistello
Author affiliations: Pisa University Hospital, Pisa, Italy (F. Maggi, L. Macera, D. Focosi, M.L. Vatteroni, U. Boggi, M. Pistello); “Sapienza” University of Rome, Rome, Italy (G. Antonelli); Institut Pasteur, Paris, France (M. Eloit); Pathoquest, Paris (M. Eloit)

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Figure A1

Alignment of the nucleotide sequences of the human gyrovirus genome on the basis of a 138-bp segment (nt 1328–1465) of the viral protein 1 gene. The sequences of the isolate from France (FR823283) and of the 6 isolates found in this study are shown. Nucleotide positions are according to isolate FR823283 (1). Hyphens indicate identity with the prototype sequence of isolate FR823283 (1).

Figure A1. . . Alignment of the nucleotide sequences of the human gyrovirus genome on the basis of a 138-bp segment (nt 1328–1465) of the viral protein 1 gene. The sequences of the isolate from France (FR823283) and of the 6 isolates found in this study are shown. Nucleotide positions are according to isolate FR823283 (1). Hyphens indicate identity with the prototype sequence of isolate FR823283 (1).

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