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From: Isolation and characterization of adenoviruses infecting endangered golden snub-nosed monkeys (Rhinopithecus roxellana)

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Phylogenetic analysis based on the full-length amino acid sequences of DNA polymerase (a) and penton base (b) and partial nucleotide sequences of the hexon genes (c). Diamonds indicate the virus isolated in this study. Dots indicate adenoviruses from the subfamily Colobinae. HAdV, human adenovirus; SAdV, simian adenovirus; TMAdV, titi monkey adenovirus. In the partial hexon tree, adenoviruses infecting Old World monkeys are indicated by the GenBank accession numbers, followed by host species and type names (selected). “XX M.f.,” “XX M.m.,” and “XX M.n.” (XX = sample number) indicate Chinese strains identified by Banyai, K., et al.; and M.m., M.f., and M.n. indicate the host species of Maccaca mulatta, M. fascicularis, and M. nemestrina, respectively [25]. C. mona, Cercopithecus mona; C. aethiops, Chlorocebus aethiops; C. guereza, Colobus guereza; P. cynocephalus, Papio cynocephalus; P. h. anubis, Papio hamadryas anubis; P. badius, Piliocolobus badius. The phylogenetic trees were constructed using the program MEGA, version 6.0, using the neighbor-joining method with 1,000 bootstrap replicates. Percentage bootstrap values >50 are indicated at the nodes. Scale bars indicate evolutionary distance

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