Volume 14, Number 5—May 2008
Sandfly Fever Sicilian Virus, Algeria
|1||Sandfly fever Sicilian virus, Algeria||–||7.5||4.0||40.4||38.8||42.3||40.1||38.5||48.2|
|2||Sandfly fever Sicilian virus, Cyprus||4.5||–||6.5||42.7||41.3||39.3||43.3||38.5||53.0|
|3||Sandfly fever Sicilian virus, Italy||9.3||1.5||–||39.1||37.9||42.3||39.6||35.8||46.5|
|5||Toscana virus, Italy||48.0||47.8||44.0||42.7||–||17.4||30.4||38.1||48.2|
|6||Toscana virus, France||46.3||47.8||47.8||44.8||1.5||–||34.8||42.0||52.0|
|7||Sandfly fever Naples virus, Sabin||52.0||50.7||48.0||52.0||25.3||25.4||–||41.2||51.3|
|8||Rift Valley fever virus||41.3||37.3||34.7||45.3||37.3||41.8||46.7||–||47.1|
|Amino acid sequences|
*Sandfly fever Sicilian virus isolated from Phlebotomus ariasi sandflies in Algeria. Selected phleboviruses are those for which the corresponding sequence was available in the GenBank database.
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