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Table 1 Viruses with the highest number of sequences in GenBank as of October 10, 2019

From: VADR: validation and annotation of virus sequence submissions to GenBank

species#seqsfamily
HIV-1850,115Retroviridae
Influenza A virus684,026Orthomyxoviridae
Hepacivirus C244,533Flaviviridae
Hepatitis B virus114,306Hepadnaviridae
Influenza B virus100,373Orthomyxoviridae
Rotavirus A73,375Reoviridae
SIV44,374Retroviridae
Norovirus (Norwalk virus)40,925Caliciviridae
Enterovirus A31,478Picornaviridae
PRRSV29,081Arteriviridae
Dengue virus28,564Flaviviridae
Human orthopneumovirus24,384Pneumoviridae
Enterovirus B23,865Picornaviridae
Rabies lyssavirus23,771Rhabdoviridae
West Nile virus21,563Flaviviridae
Measles morbillivirus17,233Paramyxoviridae
  1. The number of sequences for the segmented viruses Influenza and Rotavirus are the sums over all their segments