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Volume 24, Number 7—July 2018

Reemergence of Reston ebolavirus in Cynomolgus Monkeys, the Philippines, 2015

Catalino Demetria, Ina Smith, Titus Tan, Daniel Villarico, Edson Michael Simon, Rex Centeno, Mary Tachedjian, Satoshi Taniguchi, Masayuki Shimojima, Noel Lee J. Miranda, Mary Elizabeth Miranda, Melissa Marie R. Rondina, Rowena Capistrano, Amado Tandoc, Glenn Marsh, Debbie Eagles, Ramses Cruz, and Shuetsu FukushiComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Research Institute for Tropical Medicine, Muntinlupa City, Philippines (C. Demetria, T. Tan, D. Villarico, E.M. Simon, R. Centeno, R. Capistrano, A. Tandoc III); CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratory, East Geelong, Victoria, Australia (I. Smith, M. Tachedjian, G. Marsh, D. Eagles); National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Tokyo, Japan (S. Taniguchi, M. Shimojima, S. Fukushi); INA Research Philippines, Muntinlupa City (N.L.J. Miranda, M.E. Miranda, M.M.R. Rondina, R. Cruz)

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Table 3

Nucleotide differences between the 2 Reston ebolavirus isolates, the Philippines, 2015*

Genome position Reference sequence NC_004161.1 40 DrpZ5-2B-F 43 DrpZ2-10B-G Amino acid position
C A C NP (125)
Noncoding (no amino acid change)
10787 C A C VP24 (162)
Asn Lys Asn

*NP, nucleoprotein; VP, virus protein.

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