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From: Identification of canine parvovirus with the Q370R point mutation in the VP2 gene from a giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca)

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Maximum likelihood tree (Mega-5.1 beta version) constructed using canine parvovirus sequences under study and the reference sequences. M38246 (FPV, USA), M38245 (CPV-2, USA), M24003 (CPV-2a, USA), M74849 (CPV-2b, USA), AY742953 (New CPV-2a, USA), AY742955 (New CPV-2b, USA), DQ182620 (New CPV-2a, India), DQ182623 (New CPV-2b, India), D78585 (New CPV-2a, Japan), AB054220 (New CPV-2b, Japan), AY742938 (New CPV-2a, Germany), AY742934 (New CPV-2b, Germany), AY742942 (CPV-2c, Germany), AF306447 (New CPV-2a, Italy), AF306444 (CPV-2b, Italy), FJ222821 (CPV-2c, Italy), AB054222 (CPV-2c(a), Japan), AB054215 (New CPV-2a, Vietnam), AB054224 (CPV-2c(a), Vietnam), U72698 (New CPV-2a, Taiwan), U72696 (New CPV-2b, Taiwan), FJ197835 (New CPV-2a, South Korea), EF599097 (New CPV-2b, South Korea), DQ903936 (New CPV-2a, China), FJ435343 (New CPV-2a, China), FJ435342 (CPV-2, China), FJ435344 (CPV-2, China), FJ435345 (New CPV-2a, China), FJ435346 (New CPV-2a, China), FJ435347 (New CPV-2a, China), FJ435348 (CPV-2, China), EF599097 (New CPV-2b,South Korea), AB054215 (New CPV-2a, Japan), EF028071 (New CPV-2b, China), GQ169552 (CPV-2, China), Triangle (▲) indicates the 12 Chinese wild-type CPV strains analyzed in this study. Green and red were used for dog and giant panda strains, respectively.

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