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Figure 1.

Figure 1. From: Varicella Zoster Disease of the Central Nervous System: Epidemiological, Clinical, and Laboratory Features 10 Years after the Introduction of the Varicella Vaccine.

Single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) profiles for the VZV genotypes identified in this study. The base positions for the SNP are based on the published sequence for the Dumas strain (GenBank accession no. XO4370). The principle reference strain for each clade is indicated in parentheses. Clade VI is provisional; no complete genome sequences are currently available.

Barbara A. Pahud, et al. J Infect Dis. 2011 February 1;203(3):316-323.
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Figure 2.

Figure 2. From: Varicella Zoster Disease of the Central Nervous System: Epidemiological, Clinical, and Laboratory Features 10 Years after the Introduction of the Varicella Vaccine.

Distribution of VZV genotypes identified in this study. The vaccine strain was differentiated from other clade 2 viruses by evaluating vaccine specific SNP at positions 106262 and 107252 (ORF62), and genotyping SNP at ORF38 (PstI site), ORF54 (BglI site) and sequence analysis of targeted regions in ORF21, ORF22, and ORF50. Clade 1/Clade 3 indicates European group isolates that could not be further characterized due to failure to amplify the regions in ORF21 and ORF50.

Barbara A. Pahud, et al. J Infect Dis. 2011 February 1;203(3):316-323.

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