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Table 1 Identification of foamy virus (FV)-like sequences in the aye-aye and Cape golden mole genome

From: Discovery of prosimian and afrotherian foamy viruses and potential cross species transmissions amidst stable and ancient mammalian co-evolution

Accession no. FV genomic region Position* BLASTp best hit Query cover Max identity E-value
Aye-aye ( Daubentonia madagascariensis )
AGTM011839603 (5′ truncated) 5′-LTR 3208..3318 N/A N/A N/A N/A
Primer binding site 3321..3338 N/A N/A N/A N/A
gag 3405..4654 CAA70074 Gag FFV 93% 37% 6E-72
AGTM012070104 131..361
  pol 323..1247 AAF64414 Pol EFV 95% 48% 0.0
AGTM011519752 90..1996 (end)
AGTM010361255 1..635
(3′ truncated) env 520..2763 AFK85016 Env RhiFV 80% 42% 7E-115
Cape golden mole ( Chrysochloris asiatica )
AMDV01151999 (5′ truncated) pol <615.. > 3534 AFX98084 Pol SFV 95% 47% 0.0
  env <3464.. > 6371 AFR79245 Env BFV 96% 30% 5E-121
  bel1** 6338..6978 - - - -
  1. N/A’ = ‘Not applicable’.
  2. *The nucleotide positions are with respect to the contig length and do not take insertion and deletion mutations into account.
  3. **The similarity between ChrEFV Bel1 and other FV Bel1 proteins was determined by comparing the ChrEFV putative Bel1 protein against the Hidden Markov Model (HMM) of FV Bel1 proteins available in the GyDB (http://www.gydb.org/) (HMM profile: Bel1 spumaretroviridae; E: 0.24).