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Figure 3

From: Đakrông virus, a novel mobatvirus (Hantaviridae) harbored by the Stoliczka’s Asian trident bat (Aselliscus stoliczkanus) in Vietnam

Figure 3

Comparison of consensus secondary structures of entire envelope glycoproteins (G) of DKGV VN2913B72 (large top panel) and other representative hantaviruses (smaller panels), predicted at the NPS@ structure server44. G protein structures are shown for bat-borne mobatviruses (DKGV VN2913B72, LAIV BT20 and XSV VN1982B4), bat-borne loanviruses (LQUV Ra-25 and BRNV 7/2012/CZE), rodent borne orthohantaviruses (HTNV 76-118, SEOV HR80-39, DOBV/BGDV Greece, PUUV Sotkamo, PHV PH-1, SNV NMH10 and ANDV Chile 9717869), shrew-borne orthohantaviruses (ARTV MukawaAH301, JJUV 10-11 and YKSV Si-210), shrew-borne thottimvirus (TPMV VRC66412), mole-borne orthohantaviruses (RKPV MSB57412, OXBV Ng1453, ASAV N10) and mole-borne mobatvirus (NVAV Te34). Blue bars represent α-helices, red bars β-strands, and purple indicate random coil and unclassified structures, respectively. Abbreviations: BRNV, Brno virus; LQUV, Lóngquán virus; other abbreviations of virus names, as in Fig. 2 legend.

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