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Volume 20, Number 10—October 2014

Evidence of Recombinant Strains of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus, United States, 2013

Peng-Fei Tian, Yu-Lan Jin, Gang Xing, Ling-Ling Qv, Yao-Wei Huang1, and Ji-Yong Zhou1
Author affiliations: Key Laboratory of Animal Virology of Ministry of Agriculture, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China

Main Article


Summary of 24 representative porcine epidemic diarrheal virus sequences in China determined in this study, 2012–2013*

Strain/year Province of collection Sequencing region GenBank accession no.
CH/ZJCX-1/2012 Zhejiang Full-length KF840537
CH/ZJHY-2/2012 Zhejiang S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840538
CH/ZJJS-Z/2012 Zhejiang S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840539
CH/ZJJS-1Z/2012 Zhejiang S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840540
CH/JXZS-3H/2012 Jiangxi S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840541
CH/JXZS-2H/2012 Jiangxi S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840542
CH/ZJXS212/2012 Zhejiang S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840543
CH/ZJHZHY-6/2013 Zhejiang S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840544
CH/JXJDZ-F/2012 Jiangxi S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840545
CH/ZJJS-2Z/2012 Zhejiang S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840546
CH/JXZS-3L/2012 Jiangxi S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840547
CH/JXZS-1223L/2012 Jiangxi S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840548
CH/SDZD-1/2012 Shandong S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840549
CH/SDZD-2/2012 Shandong S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840850
CH/HuBWHYQ/2012 Hubei S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840851
CH/ZJQZ-2/2012 Zhejiang S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840852
CH/ZJHZ-1C/2012 Zhejiang S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840853
CH/ZJHZ-2C/2012 Zhejiang S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840854
CH/JXJDZ-1/2012 Jiangxi S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840855
CH/ZJJS-4X/2012 Zhejiang S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840856
CH/ZJQZ-2w/2012 Zhejiang S KF840857
CH/ZJDX-1/2012 Zhejiang S KF840858
CH/JSZL-2/2013 Jiangxi S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840861
CH/JSZL-3/2013 Jiangxi S-ORF3-E-M-N KF840862
*S, spike protein; ORF, open reading frame; E, envelope: M, membrane; N, nucleoprotein.

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1These authors were co-principal investigators.

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