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Figure 6

From: A novel virus genome discovered in an extreme environment suggests recombination between unrelated groups of RNA and DNA viruses

Figure 6

Capsid protein (CP) amino acid multiple sequence alignment . The BSL RDHV CP ORF sequence (BSL_Cap_ORF) is aligned to closely related sequences retrieved from PSI-BLAST searches using ClustalW set to default parameters in MEGA v.5. The R, a, S, h and P domain regions are indicated by block arrows above the sequence alignment. A ClustalW color scheme is applied to the multiple alignment using Jalview. (GOS) Global Ocean Survey paired-end read scaffold 10665. NODAVIRIDAE-like: (PhV-A) Plasmopara halstedii Virus-A, (SmV-A) Sclerophthora macrospora Virus-A. TOMBUSVIRIDAE: Avenavirus; (OCSV) Oat Chlorotic Stunt Virus. Carmoviruses; (MNSV) Melon Necrotic Spot Virus, (CMtV) Carnation Mottle Virus, (TCV) Turnip Crinkle Virus. Tombusvirus; (TBSV) Tomato Bushy Stunt Virus. The range of amino acid residues used in the alignment are shown after the sequence name. Virus proteins for which structures are available are listed with the Protein Data Bank (PDB) identification code after the virus abbreviation.

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