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Table 2 Recombination breakpoints, genes, and major and minor related sequences in the genome of strain GD

From: Characterization and analysis of an infectious bronchitis virus strain isolated from southern China in 2013

Breakpoints Genes Major sequence Minor sequence Detection method
Start End
597 5519 1ab BJ (QX-type) SAIBK (YN-type) RDP, Bootscan, GENECONV, MaxChi, Chimaera, SiScan, 3Seq
5507 9056 1ab CK/CH/LDL/091022 (QX-type) CK/CH/LJL/110302 (QX-type) RDP, Bootscan, GENECONV, MaxChi, Chimaera, SiScan, 3Seq
20100 22385 S1, S2 CK/CH/LDL/091022 (QX-type) TW2575/98 (TW-type) RDP, Bootscan, GENECONV, MaxChi, Chimaera, SiScan, 3Seq
22386 26161 S2, Gene3, M, Gene5, N CK/CH/IBTZ/2012 (QX-type) SC021202 (YN-type) RDP, Bootscan, GENECONV, MaxChi, Chimaera, 3Seq
  1. Only transferred gene fragments where p ≤ 1 × 10−12 are included in the table. “Genes” indicates the coding sequences contained within the fragment introduced by recombination. The major sequence is the sequence most closely related to that surrounding the transferred fragment. The minor sequence is most closely related to the transferred fragment in the recombinant