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Canine Coronavirus (CCoV), a Neglected Pathogen: Molecular Diversity of S, M, N and 3b Genes

Canine Coronavirus (CCoV), a Neglected Pathogen: Molecular Diversity of S, M, N and 3b Genes

Iracema Nunes de Barros1,2, Luciane Dubina Pinto3, Rosely Bianca dos Santos Kuroda1, Sheila Oliveira de Souza Silva1, Leonardo José Richtzenhain1,2, Cláudio Wageck Canal3 and Paulo Eduardo Brandão1,2* 

1Department of Preventive Veterinary Medicine and Animal Health, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of São Paulo, Brazil; 2Coronavirus Research Group, Brazil ; 3Laboratory of Virology, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

paulo7926@usp.br 

Figure 1

Neighbor-joining nucleotides trees (MCL model) for partial sequences of CCoV genes a: M, b: 3b and c: N; arrows indicate strains form this study. Numbers at each node are bootstrap values (1,000 replicates). The bar represents the number of substitutions per site.  

Figure 2

Neighbor-joining nucleotides trees (MCL model) for partial sequences of spike gene of a. CCoV type I and b. CCoV type II genes; arrows indicate strains form this study. Numbers at each node are bootstrap values (1,000 replicates). The bar represents the number of substitutions per site. 

Hosts and Viruses

December

Vol. 7, Iss. 6, Pages 129-146

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