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M2e sequence diversity amongst human influenza A virus isolates. The sequence of 1505 human isolates (records in public data banks on August 17, 2006) of H1N1, H1N2, H2N2, H3N2, H5N1 and H9N2 subtypes is represented as a percentage of the M2e consensus sequence, which is listed in single amino acid code on the left from top to bottom, excluding the postranslationally removed methionine. Observed replacement mutations are listed on the right side by single amino acid code and their overall frequency is indicated by the gray portions of the horizontal bars.
This is demonstrated in Fig 1, which shows the M2e aa composition
of 1505 IAVs isolated from humans between 1918 and 2005.
Feng, JingQi; Zhang, Manxin; Mozdzanowska, Krystyna; Zharikova, Darya; Hoff, Henry; Wunner, William; Couch, Robert B; Gerhard, WalterJournal: Virology Journal
Issue 1DOI: 10.1186/1743-422X-3-102Published: 2006-12-01Institution(s):
The Wistar Institute, Baylor College of Medicine
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