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Volume 21, Number 12—December 2015

Tembusu-Related Flavivirus in Ducks, Thailand

Aunyaratana Thontiravong, Patchareeporn Ninvilai, Wikanda Tunterak, Nutthawan Nonthabenjawan, Supassma Chaiyavong, Kingkarn Angkabkingkaew, Chatthapon Mungkundar, Woranuch Phuengpho, Kanisak Oraveerakul, and Alongkorn AmonsinComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand (A. Thontiravong, P. Ninvilai, W. Tunterak, N. Nonthabenjawan, S. Chaiyavong, K. Oraveerakul, A. Amonsin); Animal Health and Technical Service Office, Bangkok (P. Ninvilai, K. Angkabkingkaew, C. Mungkundar, W. Phuengpho)

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Detailed description of DTMUVs characterized in study of DTMUV in ducks, Thailand*

Virus name Study designation Time of collection Duck age Duck type Location in Thailand Genome sequencing GenBank accession no.
DTMUV strain DK/TH/CU-1 DK/TH/CU-1 2013 Nov 39 d Broiler Nakhon Ratchasima WG KR061333
DTMUV strain DK/TH/CU-2 DK/TH/CU-2 2014 Aug 38 wk Layer Chonburi Partial E KR061334
DTMUV strain DK/TH/CU-3 DK/TH/CU-3 2014 Aug 35 d Broiler Nakhon Ratchasima Partial E KR061335
DTMUV strain DK/TH/CU-4 DK/TH/CU-4 2014 Aug 42 d Broiler Nakhon Ratchasima Partial E KR061336
DTMUV strain DK/TH/CU-5 DK/TH/CU-5 2013 Sep 24 d Broiler Nakhon Ratchasima Partial E KR061337
DTMUV strain DK/TH/CU-6 DK/TH/CU-6 2013 Oct 35 d Broiler Prachinburi Partial E KR061338

*All samples were pooled organs (i.e., brain, spinal cord, spleen, lung, kidney, proventiculus, and intestine). DTMUV, duck Tembusu virus; partial E, partial E gene sequence; WG, whole-genome.

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