Volume 17, Number 4—April 2011
Genomic Analysis of Highly Virulent Georgia 2007/1 Isolate of African Swine Fever Virus
|Isolate||Country||Host||Year||Virulence||GenBank accession no.||Reference|
|Georgia 2007/1||Georgia||Domestic pig||2007||High||FR682468||This study|
|BA71qqV||Spain||Domestic pig||1971||Tissue culture adapted||U18466||(15)|
|Benin 97/1||Benin||Domestic pig||1997||High||AM712239||(14)|
|Tengani 62||Malawi||Domestic pig||1962||High||AY261364||(20)|
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