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Volume 19, Number 6—June 2013

Letter

Human Gyrovirus in Healthy Blood Donors, France

Philippe BiaginiComments to Author , Sandra Bédarida, Mhammed Touinssi, Vital Galicher, and Philippe de Micco.
Author affiliations: Unités Mixtes de Recherche Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique 7268 Equipe “Emergence et co-évolution virale,” Marseille, France

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Alignment of partial sequences of human gyroviruses (HGyVs) from healthy blood donors, France. Point mutation corresponding to a nonsynonymous substitution is in boldface (13F1 isolate). Reference sequences and GenBank accession nos.: HGyV1-915, FR823283; HGyV1-CL33, JQ308212; avian gyrovirus (AGV) 2, JQ690763; gyrovirus (GyV) 3, JQ308210). Bar above sequences indicates location of the HGyVsPBp probe; lowercase letters indicate 5′/3′ ends of HGyVsPBs/HGyVsPBr real-time primers; asterisks (*) ind

Figure. . . Alignment of partial sequences of human gyroviruses (HGyVs) from healthy blood donors, France. Point mutation corresponding to a nonsynonymous substitution is in boldface (13F1 isolate). Reference sequences and GenBank accession nos.: HGyV1-915, FR823283; HGyV1-CL33, JQ308212; avian gyrovirus (AGV) 2, JQ690763; gyrovirus (GyV) 3, JQ308210). Bar above sequences indicates location of the HGyVsPBp probe; lowercase letters indicate 5′/3′ ends of HGyVsPBs/HGyVsPBr real-time primers; asterisks (*) indicate conserved positions.

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