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Volume 18, Number 7—July 2012

Research

Adenoviruses in Fecal Samples from Asymptomatic Rhesus Macaques, United States

Soumitra Roy1, Arbansjit Sandhu, Angelica Medina, David S. Clawson, and James M. WilsonComments to Author 
Author affiliations: University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

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Figure 5

Sequence alignments of the amino acid sequences of human adenovirus (HAdV) 40 long fiber (fiber 2) with simian adenovirus (SAdV) 18 fiber (upper lines) and HAdV-40 short fiber (fiber 1) with macaque adenovirus isolate A1173 (lower lines). Gray shading indicates homologous regions, red font indicates identical residues, underlining indicates N-terminal 30 residues that constitute the tail, and boxes indicate C-terminal knob domains. Intervening shaft domains harboring varying numbers of the ≈16-r

Figure 5. . . Sequence alignments of the amino acid sequences of human adenovirus (HAdV) 40 long fiber (fiber 2) with simian adenovirus (SAdV) 18 fiber (upper lines) and HAdV-40 short fiber (fiber 1) with macaque adenovirus isolate A1173 (lower lines). Gray shading indicates homologous regions, red font indicates identical residues, underlining indicates N-terminal 30 residues that constitute the tail, and boxes indicate C-terminal knob domains. Intervening shaft domains harboring varying numbers of the ≈16-residue β-spiral repeat sequences are separated by asterisks and numbered sequentially.

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1Current affiliation: Crucell Holland, Leiden, the Netherlands.

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