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Volume 26, Number 1—January 2020

Elephant Endotheliotropic Herpesvirus Hemorrhagic Disease in Asian Elephant Calves in Logging Camps, Myanmar

Zaw Min Oo, Ye Htut Aung, Tin Tun Aung, Nyo San, Zaw Min Tun, Gary S. HaywardComments to Author , and Arun Zachariah
Author affiliations: University of Veterinary Sciences, Yezin, Myanmar (Z.M. Oo, Y.H. Aung); Ministry of Environmental Conservation and Forestry, Yangon, Myanmar (Z.M. Oo, T.T. Aung, N. San, Z.M. Tun); Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, USA (G.S. Hayward); Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Wayanad, India (A. Zachariah)

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Table 4

Nucleotide differences between EEHV strains from Asian elephant calves in Myanmar and EEHV1A and EEHV1B prototypes at the U48(gH-TK) locus*

gH-TK MP01 MP02 MP03 NAP23 EP18
MP01 0 1.0 8.7 28
MP02 0 1.0 8.7 28
MP03 8 8 8.5 28
NAP23 73 73 71 28
EP18† 227 227 235 233

*Values to the right and above the dashes are percentages, and values to the left and below the dashes are number of nucleotides. EEHV, elephant endotheliotropic herpesvirus; EP18, prototype chimeric EEHV1B; NAP23, prototype EEHV1A.

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