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Molecular Characterization and Evolutionary Analysis of Canine Parvo Viruses in Dogs

Molecular Characterization and Evolutionary Analysis of Canine Parvo Viruses in Dogs

Urooj Fatima1, Arslan Mehboob2, Muhammad Abid3, Muti-ur-rehman Khan4 and Tahir Yaqub4*

 

1Harbin Veterinary Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China; 2Biotechnology Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China; 3Harbin Veterinary Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China; 4Department of Microbiology, University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan.

Email: tahiryaqub@uvas.edu.pk, arslangcaas@yahoo.com

Fig 1

Phylogenetic tree of partial VP2 nucleotide sequences of canine parvovirus strains obtained from the GenBank database and Pakistani CPV strains. The following sequences were added in the GenBank database: CPV isolate 435/USA (AY742953.1), CPV isolate 431/USA(Y742951.1), CPV2aisolate/Henan32/China(KM924289.1),CPV2aisolate/geneHeN02/08/China(EU441280.1), CPV isolate BJ1/2010/ China: Beijing/ VP2 gene, CPV 2a isolate ME40_ECU2012/Ecuador(KF149983.1), CPV 2a isolate ME39_ECU2012/Ecuador(KF149982.1), CPV isolate/Japan (AB128923.1), CPV isolate vac6/india (JN625224.1),CPV isolate vac1/india (JN625219.1), CPV isloate 271/12-Miky/italy (JX305965.1), CPV 503/11-5/Italy(JX305964.1), CPV isloate 480/10/Italy(JX305957.1), CPV 2c isolate 219/08-13 (FJ005250.1), CPV isolate-U51/USA(AY742942.1), and CPV-632 isolate/USA(AY742940.1).

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Vol. 8, Iss. 1, Pages 1-22

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