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FIG. 2. From: Virological, Serological, and Clinical Features of an Outbreak of Acute Gastroenteritis Due to Recombinant Genogroup II Norovirus in an Infant Home.

Nucleotide identity plotting between the query sequence (SN2000JA) and the other three strains (Arg320, Hawaii, and Mexico viruses) using SimPlot program. A window size of 160 nucleotides with an increment of 40 was used. The vertical axis indicates the nucleotide similarity between the query sequence and the other reference strains expressed as a percentage. The horizontal axis indicates nucleotide positions.

Takeshi Tsugawa, et al. J Clin Microbiol. 2006 January;44(1):177-182.
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FIG. 1. From: Virological, Serological, and Clinical Features of an Outbreak of Acute Gastroenteritis Due to Recombinant Genogroup II Norovirus in an Infant Home.

Phylogenetic trees of the amino acid sequences of the RNA polymerase (A), capsid (B) and ORF3 (C) regions of SN2000JA, Arg320, Hawaii, Mexico, Lordsdale, Melksham, Norwalk, Sh-5, Ueno7k, and Chiba viruses. Only the capsid regions of Sh-5 and Ueno7k viruses were included. Trees were drawn using TreeView program version 1.6.6. Partial amino acid sequences of the RNA polymerase (from N36 primer to the end of the gene) and the entire capsid and ORF3 gene were aligned and 1,000 boot-strapped samples were analyzed using Clustal W. The bars indicate the number of substitutions per site. For each node, bootstrap values are indicated.

Takeshi Tsugawa, et al. J Clin Microbiol. 2006 January;44(1):177-182.

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