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Volume 24, Number 10—October 2018

Acute Encephalitis with Atypical Presentation of Rubella in Family Cluster, India

Sumit D. Bharadwaj1, Rima R. Sahay1, Pragya D. Yadav, Sara Dhanawade, Atanu Basu, Virendra K. Meena, Suji George, Rekha Damle, and Gajanan N. SapkalComments to Author 
Author affiliations: National Institute of Virology, Pune, India (S.D. Bharadwaj, R.R. Sahay, P.D. Yadav, A. Basu, V.K. Meena, S. George, R. Damle, G.N. Sapkal); Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University Medical College and Hospital, Sangli, India (S. Dhanawade)

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Table 2

Rubella virus variability with respect to Indian strain BAS*†

Genotype Intragroup variability, %
Nucleotide Amino acid
GI 6–9 1–2
GII 2–8 0–1
GIIA 8 0–1
GIIB 2–3 0–1
GIIC 7 0–2
NIV E1 gene 3 1

*GenBank accession no. AF039134.
†NIV, National Institue of Virology.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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