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Table 2 Sequence identity of genes of the two H3N2 CIVs isolated in Guangxi to related sequence in GenBank

From: Emergence of human-like H3N2 influenza viruses in pet dogs in Guangxi, China

Genes Virus with highest identity Identities a (%) GenBank accession No. Influenza virus lineage Common amino acid changes compared to Moscow/10/99 strain b
HA A/swine/Henan/1/2010(H3N2) 99.9 KF277766 human T192I, V196A, V226I, K239N(L2)
NA A/swine/Zhejiang/01/2008(H1N2) 99.7 JX138511 human S44P, V240I, L370S, V398I, I464L
PB1 A/Swine/Shandong/3/2005(H3N2) 99.8 EU116037 human E75D, R189K, G354R(L2), F512L(L1), M718L(L2)
PB2 A/swine/Henan/1/2010(H3N2) 99.6 KF541238 human E241D, F600L, T745A
PA A/swine/Henan/1/2010(H3N2) 99.8 KF541239 human Q346K
NP A/Swine/Shandong/3/2005(H3N2) 99.8 EU116041 human M105I, I119T(L1), R195G(L1), 251I(L1), A251V(L1),D290N, K357R, A493T
M A/swine/Guangdong/L22/2010(H3N2) 99.8 JX494713 human M1: S275P; M2: G184R(L1), G199R(L1)
NS A/swine/Zhejiang/01/2008(H1N2) 100 JX138513 human NEP: V82A
  1. aThe results of identities were dependent on BLASTn analysis.
  2. bbold font letter represent the amino acid substitution found in the gene segment of two H3N2 CIVs.