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Table 1 Genetic dominance among the 23 genotypes that were reassorted with canine H3N2 and pandemic (2009) H1N1 influenza viruses

From: Viral dominance of reassortants between canine influenza H3N2 and pandemic (2009) H1N1 viruses from a naturally co-infected dog

Genotypea Influenza gene segments No. of isolates (%)
PB2 PB1 PA HA NP NA M NS
VC7 C C C C C C P C 32 (32.99)
VC78 C C C C C C P P 12 (12.37)
VC1235678 P P P C P P P P 12 (12.37)
VC235678 C P P C P P P P 6 (6.19)
VC27 C P C C C C P C 5 (5.15)
VCnone C C C C C C C C 4 (4.12)
VC378 C C P C C C P P 4 (4.12)
VC37 C C P C C C P C 3 (3.09)
VC123578 P P P C P C P P 3 (3.09)
VC23578 C P P C P C P P 2 (2.06)
VC678 C C C C C P P P 2 (2.06)
VC12367 P P P C C P P C 1 (1.03)
VC123678 P P P C C P P P 1 (1.03)
VC12378 P P P C C C P P 1 (1.03)
VC125678 P P C C P P P P 1 (1.03)
VC13578 P C P C C C P P 1 (1.03)
VC137 P C P C C C P C 1 (1.03)
VC1378 P C P C C C P P 1 (1.03)
VC237 C P P C C C P C 1 (1.03)
VC3578 C C P C P C P P 1 (1.03)
VC367 C C P C C P P C 1 (1.03)
VC578 C C C C P C P P 1 (1.03)
VC67 C C C C C P P C 1 (1.03)
  1. aInserted gene segments of pH1N1 were labeled as VC#### (e.g., VC37 refers to the PA(3) and M(7) genes from pH1N1; the other genes are from cH3N2)
  2. C canine H3N2 influenza virus; P pandemic H1N1 influenza virus