Skip to main content


Figure 3 | Virology Journal

Figure 3

From: First construction of infectious clone for newly emerging mutation porcine circovirus type 2 (PCV2) followed by comparison with PCV2a and PCV2b genotypes in biological characteristics in vitro

Figure 3

Sequence alignment of the deduced amino acid (aa) sequences of the capsid proteins (encoded by ORF2) of the four cloned strains of PCV2. Mutations at the C terminus of the capsid protein in the four rescued viruses are shown, resulting in elongation of the ORF2 by one lysine residue (for PCV2d/rBDH) or asparagine and glutamic acid residue (for PCV2b/rYJ), compared with the wild-type sequence (red box).

Back to article page