Bovine Viral Diarrhea in Brazil: Current Status and Future Perspectives
Matheus Nunes Weber1, Simone Silveira1, André Felipe Streck1, Luís Gustavo Corbellini2, Cláudio Wageck Canal1*
Phylogenetic tree of fragments of N terminal autoprotease (Npro) (363 bp) representing the pestivirus species and subtypes detected in Brazil. Sequences from Brazil and representative and reference pestivirus strains were analyzed by the neighbor-joining method and the Kimura 2-parameter model and constructed with MEGA6 (Tamura et al., 2013). Bootstrap (1,000 replicates) values >50 are indicated at the internal nodes. Brazilian isolates are highlighted in green. The length of each pair of branches represents the distance between sequence pairs in the rectangular tree. The scale bar represents the percentage of nucleotide differences in the rectangular tree. Genbank accession numbers: BVDV-1: NADL (AJ133738.1), Singer (AF145364.1), Oregon C24V (AF091605.1), LV11-65/13 (KM217386.1), LV17-09/13 (KM217388.1), LV86-80/13 (KM217398.1), Osloss (M96687.1), LV29-44/13 (KM217391.1), Bega (AF049221.2), F-Austria (AF287284.1), LV55-85/13 (KM217395.1); BVDV-2: 890 (U18059.1), New York93 (AF502399.1), Giessen 6 (AF144470.1), Soldan (AY735495.1), LV22-02/13 (KM217400.1), LV28-31/13 (KM217401.1), Hokudai-Lab/09 (AB567658.1), Potsdam 1600 (HG426491.1), VOE 4407 (HG426495.1); HoBi: D32/00_HoBi (AB871953.1) Italy-1/10-1 (HQ231763.1), LV01/12 (KC465392.1), LV04/12 (KC465395.1), Th/04 KhonKaen (FJ040215.1); BDV: X818 (NC_003679.1), BD31 (U70263.1); CSFV: Alfort/187 (X87939.1), Brescia (M31768.1); Pestivirus of giraffe: H138 (NC_003678.1), PG-2 (KJ660072.1).