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From: Viral metagenomics revealed diverse CRESS-DNA virus genomes in faeces of forest musk deer

Fig. 3

Phylogenetic analysis of novel virus detected from forest musk deer in different clads. The accession clusters name is shown on the right side of the tree and the novel virus name are marked with red color. a. Phylogenetic analysis were based on the Rep protein amino acid sequence of UJSL001, UJSL003 and 12 similar viral amino acid sequences in the clads of unclassified CRESS-DNA virus (CRESSV2). b. Phylogenetic trees were constructed with the Rep protein amino acid sequence of UJSL002, UJSL004, UJSL007 and 15 similar viral amino acid sequences in the clads of Smacoviridae. c. Phylogenetic trees were constructed used the Rep protein amino acid sequence of UJSL005 and 15 the similar viral amino acid sequences into pCPa-like (Pcress4–8) clusters. d. Phylogenetic trees were constructed with UJSL006 and 11 similar viral amino acid sequences into pPAPh2-like (Pcress9) clusters. e. Phylogenetic were constructed by Rep protein amino acid sequence of UJSL017 and 12 viruses amino acid sequences that are relatively close together in the clads of unclassified CRESS-DNA virus (CRESSV1)

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