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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
Kadam virus Tick DRGWGNN CGLFGKGSI
Some NKVe None known DRGWGNGCGLFGKGSI
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.