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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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Table 2

E3 region proteins of the 11 macaque adenoviruses belonging to SAdV-B isolates from macaque fecal samples compared with the E3 regions of other macaque adenoviruses*

Adenovirus type 12.5K CR1-α CR1-β RID-α, RID-β, and 14.7K
SAdV-A
SAdV-3 Present Present Present Present
SAdV-6 Present Present Present Present
SAdV-48 Present Present Present Present
SAdV-B
A1173 Present Present Present Present
A1285 Present Present Present Present
A1312 Present Present Present Present
A1139 Present Fused† Present
A1163 Present Fused† Present
A1258 Present Fused† Present
A1296 Present Fused† Present
A1327 Present Fused† Present
A1335 Present Fused† Present
SAdV-49 Present Fused† Present
SAdV-50 Present Fused† Present
HAdV-G
SAdV-1 Present Present Present Present
HAdV-52 Present Present Present Present
SAdV-7 Present Not present Not present Not present
Not yet classified
SAdV-18 Present Not present Not present Not present
SAdV-20 Present Present Present Present

*SAdV, simian adenovirus; HAdV, human adenovirus.
†Some members of SAdV-B were found to have a novel configuration in which 2 CR1 proteins were fused into a single open reading frame (see Figure 2, Figure 3).

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

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