Volume 27, Number 8—August 2021
Genomic Detection of Schmallenberg Virus, Israel
|Segment||External primer sequence, 5′ → 3′||Internal primer sequence, 5′ → 3′||Expected product size, bp||Reference|
||AKAI206F: CAC AAC CAA GTG TCG ATC TTA||S_nestF: TGG TTA ATA ACC ATT TTC CCC A||370
||External: (4); internal: this study
|SimbuS637: GAG AAT CCA GAT TTA GCC CA
||S_nestR: GTC ATC CAY TST TCW GCA GTC A
||924F: CCG AAA ACA AGG AAA TTG TG||1899F: TAT AGT CCC TGG ATT AGG TC||430
||Forward primers: (8); reverse primers: this study
|2331R: GGT TCA AAC ATC TCT AGG C
||2331R: GGT TCA AAC ATC TCT AGG C
|L||SNL_F: GCA AAC CCA GAA TTT GYW GA||panOBV-L-2959 F: TTG GAG ART ATG ARG CTA ARA TGT G||370||External: this study; internal:
|SNL_R: ATT SCC TTG NAR CCA RTT YC||panOBV-L-3274R: TGA GCA CTC CAT TTN GAC ATR TC|
*L, large; M, medium; S, small.
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