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Table 1 The 247 residues differentially occurring between RRKR and RETR consensus signatures are polygenic

From: FluConvert and IniFlu: a suite of integrated software to identify novel signatures of emerging influenza viruses with increasing risk

  Influenza viral proteins
  PB2 PB1 PA HA NP NA M1 M2 NS1 NS2 PB1-F2
Segment sizea 763 757 729 569 499 475 271 99 230 121 90
No. of consensus signatures between groupsb(%) 20 (2.62) 1 (0.13) 23 (3.16) 77 (13.53) 1 (0.2) 18 (3.79) 15 (5.54) 8 (8.08) 69 (30) 7 (5.79) 8 (8.89)
  1. a: The H5N2 viral genome is composed of 4603 amino acid residues divided into 11 viral proteins. The size of each segment is indicated by the number of residues as shown
  2. b: Unique amino acid residues are identified by comparing the consensus sequences between the two studied subgroups. Numbers shown are the counts of the characteristic residues in each viral protein. The variations in each viral protein are expressed by the percentage of unique residues indicated in the parentheses