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Volume 9, Number 8—August 2003

Research

Molecular Analysis of Echovirus 13 Isolates and Aseptic Meningitis, Spain

Ana Avellón*Comments to Author , Inmaculada Casas*, Gloria Trallero*, Carmen Pérez†, Antonio Tenorio*, and Gustavo Palacios‡
Author affiliations: *Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Madrid, Spain; †Doctor Negrín Hospital, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Island; ‡Columbia University, New York, New York, USA

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Figure 5

Mapping of the echovirus (EV) 13 VP1 amino acids. The three-dimensional structure is projected onto EV11 structure (GenBank accession no. 1H8TA) with VP1 amino acid numbering according to EV11. The sequenced fragment is shown in red. Previously reported neutralizing antigenic sites for poliovirus, CBV4, and SVDV are shown in yellow. The enterovirus canyon structure is found in a similar location to the canyon structure of poliovirus as reported by (40).

Figure 5. Mapping of the echovirus (EV) 13 VP1 amino acids. The three-dimensional structure is projected onto EV11 structure (GenBank accession no. 1H8TA) with VP1 amino acid numbering according to EV11. The sequenced fragment is shown in red. Previously reported neutralizing antigenic sites for poliovirus, CBV4, and SVDV are shown in yellow. The enterovirus canyon structure is found in a similar location to the canyon structure of poliovirus as reported by (40).

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