Volume 21, Number 9—September 2015
Putative Lineage of Novel African Usutu Virus, Central Europe
|Protein||Amino acid substitution Usutu-BONN||Unique substitutions||Total substitutions||Changed putative cleavage sites|
|E||L231→S; T238→ I/L||L231; T238||2/2||No|
|NS2A||A91→ V/T; L123→F; V142→A; V189→ A/S||V142; V189||2/4||No|
|NS3||F46→ L; V338→A/T||No||0/2||No|
*USUTU-Bonn strain was isolated from a blackbird in Germany in 2014.
†Substitution in cleavage sites. GenBank accession numbers of Usutu virus polyproteins used for sequence alignments are shown in Table 1.
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