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Table 2 Wild-type fusion peptide sequences in other flaviviruses

From: Constancy and diversity in the flavivirus fusion peptide

Flavivirus Vector Wild-type sequencea
Additional mosquito-borne not in Table 1b Mosquito DRGWGNGCGLFGKGSI
Viruses with variations only in amino acid 16c Mosquito DRGWGNGCGLFGKGSX
Iguape virus Mosquito DRGWN NGCGLFGKGSL
Bussuquara Mosquito N RGWN NGCGLFGKGD I
Seabird tick-borne virusesd Tick DRGWGNH CGLFGKGSI
Modoc virus None known DRGWGNGCA LFGKGSI
Tamana bat virusf None known DRGWDS GCFI FGKGEV
Cell fusing agent (CFAV) No known vertebrate host N RGWGT GCFKW GI GFV
CFA Puerto Rico (CFAV) No known vertebrate host N RGWGT GCFKW GI GFV
Culex flavivirus (CXFV) No known vertebrate host N RGWGT GCFKW GI GFV
Kamiti River virus (KRV) No known vertebrate host N RGWGT GCFEW GL GQV
  1. aChanges from the amino acids in the most common mosquito-borne sequence are in bold.
  2. bIncluding Usutu, Sepik and Entebbe bat, Ilheus, Bagaza and Yokose viruses
  3. cKokobera, Rocio, K├ędougou and Zika viruses in which amino acid 16, X, = M, L, Y and L respectively
  4. dTyuleniy, Meaban and Saumarez Reef viruses
  5. eRio Bravo, Apoi and Montana myotis leukoencephalitis viruses
  6. fA new genus has been proposed for this virus.