Volume 19, Number 8—August 2013
Novel G10P Rotavirus Strain, Northern Territory, Australia
|Gene encoding||Genotype of V585||Cutoff value†||Identity of V585 against indicated strains
|Genotype reference strain||GenBank strains‡|
|VP1||R2||83||85.6 (DS-1)||96.9 (GirRV)|
|VP2||C2||84||84.9 (DS-1)||89.5 (B12)|
|VP3||M2||81||85.1 (DS-1)||88.9 (MG6)|
|VP4||P||80||87.4 (A64)||88.9 (B10925)|
|VP6||I2||85||86.6 (DS-1)||93.8 (RotaTeq BrB-9/SC2-9/W17-9)|
|VP7||G10||80||86.8 (A64)||92.5 (RVL-Bov3)|
|NSP1||A11||79||79.9 (Hun5)||80.2 (BP1879)|
|NSP2||N2||85||87.4 (DS-1)||94.3 (B12)|
|NSP3||T6||85||92.4 (WC3)||94.0 (GirRV/A64)|
|NSP4||E2||85||88.7 (DS-1)||90.8 (Azuk-1)|
|NSP5||H3||91||92.9 (AU-1)||94.1 (RUBV81/Egy3399)|
*VP, viral structural protein; NSP, nonstructural protein.
†Numeric values are given as percentage nucleotide identity. Percentage nucleotide cutoff values, genotype designation, and genotype reference strains proposed in (2).
‡Strains that shared the highest nucleotide identity with the Australian G10P strain V585.
1These authors contributed equally to this article.
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