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Volume 24, Number 10—October 2018

Influenza C Virus in Cattle with Respiratory Disease, United States, 2016–2018

Hewei Zhang, Elizabeth Porter, Molly Lohman, Nanyan Lu, Lalitha Peddireddi, Gregg Hanzlicek, Douglas Marthaler, Xuming LiuComments to Author , and Jianfa BaiComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Institute of Special Economic Animal and Plant Sciences, Changchun, China (H. Zhang); Kansas State University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, Manhattan, Kansas, USA (H. Zhang, E. Porter, M. Lohman, N. Lu, L. Peddireddi, G. Hanzlicek, D. Marthaler, X. Liu, J. Bai)

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Table 2

Average nucleotide identities among bovine, porcine, and human ICV strains, United States*

Gene sequence Bovine ICV, % Human ICV, % Bovine ICV vs. human ICV, % Bovine ICV vs. porcine ICV, % Human ICV vs. porcine ICV, %
Matrix, partial 98.43 98.47 95.54 96.06 98.84
Polymerase basic 2 NA 97.76 94.97 95.00 98.34
Polymerase basic 1, full length NA 97.59 94.69 94.70 98.08
Polymerase 3 NA 97.79 96.36 95.50 97.31
Hemagglutinin esterase NA 95.44 90.83 91.10 95.97
Nucleoprotein NA 97.67 95.48 95.30 97.85
Matrix, complete NA 98.33 95.51 95.80 98.82
Nonstructural protein
Entire genome 97.56 94.79 94.74 97.82

*ICV, influenza C virus; NA, not applicable.

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