Complete analysis of the H5 hemagglutinin and N8 neuraminidase phylogenetic trees reveals that the H5N8 subtype has been produced by multiple reassortment events

Dalby, A.R. 2016. Complete analysis of the H5 hemagglutinin and N8 neuraminidase phylogenetic trees reveals that the H5N8 subtype has been produced by multiple reassortment events. F1000Research . 5, p. 2463. doi:10.12688/f1000research.9261.1

TitleComplete analysis of the H5 hemagglutinin and N8 neuraminidase phylogenetic trees reveals that the H5N8 subtype has been produced by multiple reassortment events
AuthorsDalby, A.R.
Abstract

The analysis of the complete H5 hemagglutinin and H8 neuraminidase phylogenetic trees presented in this paper shows that the H5N8 avian influenza has been generated by multiple reassortment events. The H5N8 strain does not have a single origin and is produced when the H5 hemagglutinin and N8 neuraminidase re-assort from other H5 and N8 containing strains. While it was known that there had been a re-assortment to incorporate the Guangdong H5 hemagglutinin at the start of the Korean outbreak, the results show that there have also been multiple reassortment events amongst the non-Korean sequences.

Article number2463
JournalF1000Research
Journal citation5, p. 2463
ISSN2046-1402
Year2016
PublisherF1000 Research Ltd
Publisher's version
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.12688/f1000research.9261.1
Publication dates
Published06 Oct 2016
LicenseCC BY 4.0

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