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Volume 24, Number 6—June 2018

Detection of Low Pathogenicity Influenza A(H7N3) Virus during Duck Mortality Event, Cambodia, 2017

Annika Suttie, Sokhoun Yann, Phalla Y, Sothyra Tum, Yi-Mo Deng, Vibol Hul, Viseth Srey Horm, Ian Barr, Andrew Greenhill, Paul F. Horwood, Kristina Osbjer, Erik A. Karlsson, and Philippe DussartComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Institut Pasteur du Cambodge, Phnom Penh, Cambodia (A. Suttie, S. Yann, P. Y, V. Hul, V.S. Horm, E.A. Karlsson, P. Dussart); Federation University, Churchill, Victoria, Australia (A. Suttie, A. Greenhill); National Animal Health and Production Research Institute, Cambodia Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Phnom Penh (S. Tum); World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Reference and Research on Influenza, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (Y.-M. Deng, I. Barr); James Cook University, Cairns, Queensland, Australia (P.F. Horwood); Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Phnom Penh (K. Osbjer)

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Table 1

Sequence similarity between influenza A virus subtype H7N3 isolates and other influenza viruses, Cambodia*

Gene segment Strain with highest sequence identity Position, nt Identity, % GenBank accession no.
PB2 A/duck/Hunan/S11682/2015(H7N9) 1–2280 97 MF630450
PB1 A/duck/Hunan/S11682/2015(H7N9) 1–2274 97 MF630451
PA A/duck/Jiangxi/15867/2013(H10N3) 1–2151 97 KP285492
HA A/wild bird/Jiangxi/34458/2013(H7N7) 1–1683 97 KP417103
NP A/duck/Nha Trang/84/2014(H6N6) 1–1497 98 LC050632
NA A/duck/Vietnam/OIE-2329/2009(H11N3) 4–1413 94 AB545596
MP A/duck/Hunan/S4443/2011(H11N9) 1–982 99 CY146719
NS A/duck/Vietnam/HU1–16/2014(H11N7) 1–838 98/99 LC070024

*HA, hemagglutinin; MP, matrix protein; NA, neuraminidase; NP, nucleoprotein; NS nonstructural; PA, polymerase; PB1, polymerase basic protein 1; PB2, polymerase basic protein 2.

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