Completion of the full-length genome sequence of human parainfluenza virus types 4A and 4B: sequence analysis of the large protein genes and gene start, intergenic and end sequences

Completion of the full-length genome sequence of human parainfluenza virus types 4A and 4B:... We have already reported the nucleotide sequences of the NP, P/V, M, F and HN genes of human parainfluenza virus type 4A (hPIV-4A) and type 4B (hPIV-4B). Here, we have determined the sequences of the L protein genes as well as the gene start, intergenic and end sequences, thereby completing the full-length genome sequence of hPIV-4A and 4B. hPIV-4A and 4B have 17,052 and 17,304 nucleotides, respectively. The end sequence of hPIV-4, especially 4B, was extraordinarily long. In a comparison with members of the genus Rubulavirus , the hPIV-4 L proteins were closely related to those of mumps virus (MUV) and hPIV-2, less closely related to those of Menangle virus and Tioman virus, and more distantly related to those of Mapuera virus and porcine rubulavirus. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Virology Springer Journals

Completion of the full-length genome sequence of human parainfluenza virus types 4A and 4B: sequence analysis of the large protein genes and gene start, intergenic and end sequences

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2011 by Springer-Verlag
Subject
Biomedicine; Infectious Diseases; Medical Microbiology ; Virology
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0304-8608
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1432-8798
D.O.I.
10.1007/s00705-010-0834-6
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Abstract

We have already reported the nucleotide sequences of the NP, P/V, M, F and HN genes of human parainfluenza virus type 4A (hPIV-4A) and type 4B (hPIV-4B). Here, we have determined the sequences of the L protein genes as well as the gene start, intergenic and end sequences, thereby completing the full-length genome sequence of hPIV-4A and 4B. hPIV-4A and 4B have 17,052 and 17,304 nucleotides, respectively. The end sequence of hPIV-4, especially 4B, was extraordinarily long. In a comparison with members of the genus Rubulavirus , the hPIV-4 L proteins were closely related to those of mumps virus (MUV) and hPIV-2, less closely related to those of Menangle virus and Tioman virus, and more distantly related to those of Mapuera virus and porcine rubulavirus.

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Archives of VirologySpringer Journals

Published: Jan 1, 2011

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