Figure 4: Variability in the polyprotein sequences of atypical porcine pestivirus (APPV) and other pestiviruses. | Scientific Reports

Figure 4: Variability in the polyprotein sequences of atypical porcine pestivirus (APPV) and other pestiviruses.

From: Presence of atypical porcine pestivirus (APPV) genomes in newborn piglets correlates with congenital tremor

Figure 4

Shown is an amino acid scan performed with the p distance algorithm of the SSE software platform applying a sliding window of 400 and an increment of 200 residues34. The novel APPV polyprotein sequence from Germany (S5/9) and the APPV sequence from the USA (GenBank KR011347) were compared to the complete polyprotein sequences of porcine pestivirus Bungowannah (GenBank NC023176), three different CSFV strains, representing genotype 1 (Alfort/187, GenBank X87939), genotype 2 (Alfort-Tuebingen, GenBank J04358) and genotype 3 (94.4/TWN, GenBank AY646427) as well as the complete polyprotein sequence of a pestivirus from a rat (GenBank KJ950914) and a partial pestivirus polyprotein sequence obtained from a bat (GenBank JQ814854). The organization of the APPV S5/9 polyprotein is indicated above the amino acid scan.

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