Identifying Influenza Viruses with Resequencing Microarrays
Zheng Wang*†, Luke T. Daum‡, Gary J. Vora*, David Metzgar§, Elizabeth A. Walter¶, Linda C. Canas‡, Anthony P. Malanoski*, Baochuan Lin*, and David A. Stenger*
Author affiliations: *Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC, USA; †NOVA Research Inc., Alexandria, Virginia, USA; ‡Air Force Institute for Operational Health, Brooks City Base, San Antonio, Texas, USA; §Naval Health Research Center, San Diego, California, USA; ¶Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas, USA
Figure 2. Alignment of hemagglutinin peptide sequences containing an influenza A/H3N2 prototype and the translated sequences from 12 A/H3N2 isolates generated from respiratory pathogen microarray version 1. A, antibody-binding site; TH, antibody-binding site Fujian-like lineage amino acid substitutions threonine and histidine; B, antibody-binding site; D, antibody-binding site. Asterisks indicate conserved amino acids.
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