Data from: Emergence of human calicivirus among diarrhea cases in southwest China

Zhang S

Date Published: August 1, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.11rn5

 

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Description Phylogenetic trees of SaV and NoV(GI, GII) based on dependent RNA polymerase ●: diarrhea cases over five years; ○: controls over five years; ▲: diarrhea cases under five years; △: controls under five years; The contents in brackets is that the number of same genotype The molecular analysis of SaV and NoV (GI, GII) among diarrhea cases and healthy controls in this study, NoV GII was the major pathogen and GII.4 was the most predominant strain detected in diarrhea patients, novel GII.17 variant was emergence in diarrhea cases.
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Title Phylogenetic trees of SaV and NoV(GI, GII)
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Description The representative gene sequences
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Zhang S, Li L, Yin J, Jin M, Kong X, Pang L, Zhou Y, Tian L, Chen J, Zhou X (2016) Emergence of human calicivirus among diarrhea cases in southwest China. BMC Infectious Diseases 16: 511. http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12879-016-1831-5

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