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Volume 8, Number 8—August 2002

Research

Genetic Characterization of Hantaviruses Transmitted by the Korean Field Mouse (Apodemus peninsulae), Far East Russia

Kumari Lokugamage*, Hiroaki Kariwa*Comments to Author , Daisuke Hayasaka*, Bai Zhong Cui*, Takuya Iwasaki†, Nandadeva Lokugamage*, Leonid I. Ivanov‡, Vladimir I. Volkov‡, Vladimir A. Demenev§, Raisa Slonova¶, Galina Kompanets¶, Tatyana Kushnaryova¶, Takeshi Kurata†, Kenji Maeda*, Koichi Araki*, Tetsuya Mizutani*, Kumiko Yoshimatsu#, Jiro Arikawa#, and Ikuo Takashima*
Author affiliations: *Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan; †National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Tokyo, Japan; ‡Plague Control Station, Khabarovsk, Russia; §Far Eastern Medical Association, Khabarovsk, Russia; ¶Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Vladivostok, Russia; #Hokkaido University School of Medicine, Sapporo, Japan;

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Figure 4

Multiple alignment of partial deduced amino acid sequences of G2 region of hantaviruses. Amino acid sequences analyzed by using ClustalX (ver. 1.8) program. Amino acid positions indicated above sequences based on Haantan 76–118. First line shows the deduced amino acid of Dobrova/Saarema. Dots represent amino acids that are identical to those at corresponding positions in Dobrova/Saarema sequence. Amino acids that differ from those in the sequence are indicated at relevant positions. Hyphens are used in areas where amino acid sequence is not available. Signature amino acids are shaded.

Figure 4. Multiple alignment of partial deduced amino acid sequences of G2 region of hantaviruses. Amino acid sequences analyzed by using ClustalX (ver. 1.8) program. Amino acid positions indicated above sequences based on Haantan 76–118. First line shows the deduced amino acid of Dobrova/Saarema. Dots represent amino acids that are identical to those at corresponding positions in Dobrova/Saarema sequence. Amino acids that differ from those in the sequence are indicated at relevant positions. Hyphens are used in areas where amino acid sequence is not available. Signature amino acids are shaded.

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