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PostPosted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 7:42 am 
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In addition to the trH3N2 sequences, the CDC also released trH1N1 and swine H1N1 in human sequences at GISAID. Included was A/Illinois/9/2007 (48F), which is used as reference sera.

Other trH1N1 sequences include A/Missouri/04/2006 (7M), A/Iowa/5/2007 (2M), A/Minnesota/03/2008 (26F), A/South Dakota/03/2008 (19M), A/Texas/14/2008 (14M), A/Iowa/02/2009 (3M), A/Minnesota/10/2009 (29F).

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 7:57 am 
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Are these extra new ones?


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The human cases with seasonal H1N1 were from the 1990's.

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Dingo wrote:
Are these extra new ones?

These have been reported previously, but sequences were withheld until yesterday.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 8:02 am 
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Sorry, I'm a bit sequenced out.

Are any of these new released ones extra ones from 2010?


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 8:16 am 
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Dingo wrote:
Sorry, I'm a bit sequenced out.

Are any of these new released ones extra ones from 2010?

Classical swine are from the 1990's. trH1N1 are from 2006-2009. These are NOT new cases, but sequences have been withheld until last night.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 8:32 am 
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niman wrote:
In addition to the trH3N2 sequences, the CDC also released trH1N1 and swine H1N1 in human sequences at GISAID. Included was A/Illinois/9/2007 (48F), which is used as reference sera.

Other trH1N1 sequences include A/Missouri/04/2006 (7M), A/Iowa/5/2007 (2M), A/Minnesota/03/2008 (26F), A/South Dakota/03/2008 (19M), A/Texas/14/2008 (14M), A/Iowa/02/2009 (3M), A/Minnesota/10/2009 (29F).

Are there HA samples close to pH1N1 among trH1N1, possibly related to a HA ancestor of the pH1N1 wild type HA ?


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neuromedia wrote:
niman wrote:
In addition to the trH3N2 sequences, the CDC also released trH1N1 and swine H1N1 in human sequences at GISAID. Included was A/Illinois/9/2007 (48F), which is used as reference sera.

Other trH1N1 sequences include A/Missouri/04/2006 (7M), A/Iowa/5/2007 (2M), A/Minnesota/03/2008 (26F), A/South Dakota/03/2008 (19M), A/Texas/14/2008 (14M), A/Iowa/02/2009 (3M), A/Minnesota/10/2009 (29F).

Are there HA samples close to pH1N1 among trH1N1, possibly related to a HA ancestor of the pH1N1 wild type HA ?

I am checking, but have my doubts. pH1N1 wasn't close to US sequences.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 8:46 am 
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niman wrote:
neuromedia wrote:
niman wrote:
In addition to the trH3N2 sequences, the CDC also released trH1N1 and swine H1N1 in human sequences at GISAID. Included was A/Illinois/9/2007 (48F), which is used as reference sera.

Other trH1N1 sequences include A/Missouri/04/2006 (7M), A/Iowa/5/2007 (2M), A/Minnesota/03/2008 (26F), A/South Dakota/03/2008 (19M), A/Texas/14/2008 (14M), A/Iowa/02/2009 (3M), A/Minnesota/10/2009 (29F).

Are there HA samples close to pH1N1 among trH1N1, possibly related to a HA ancestor of the pH1N1 wild type HA ?

I am checking, but have my doubts. pH1N1 wasn't close to US sequences.

Thank you Dr Niman.


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 8:50 am 
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niman wrote:
neuromedia wrote:
niman wrote:
In addition to the trH3N2 sequences, the CDC also released trH1N1 and swine H1N1 in human sequences at GISAID. Included was A/Illinois/9/2007 (48F), which is used as reference sera.

Other trH1N1 sequences include A/Missouri/04/2006 (7M), A/Iowa/5/2007 (2M), A/Minnesota/03/2008 (26F), A/South Dakota/03/2008 (19M), A/Texas/14/2008 (14M), A/Iowa/02/2009 (3M), A/Minnesota/10/2009 (29F).

Are there HA samples close to pH1N1 among trH1N1, possibly related to a HA ancestor of the pH1N1 wild type HA ?

I am checking, but have my doubts. pH1N1 wasn't close to US sequences.

Last night I seached for PB1 E618D, which is in almost all pH1N1, but it was only in the 4 recent trH3N2 cases (not in any of the cases prior to 2009 H1N1).

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