Differentiation of indica-japonica rice revealed by insertion/deletion fragments obtained from comparative genomic study of DNA sequences between 93-11 (Indica) and Nipponbare (Japonica)

Cai-Xing-Xing; Liu-Jing; Qiu-Yin-Qiu; Zhao-Wei; Song-Zhi-Ping; Lu-Bao-Rong

Fudan Xuebao Zirankexueban 45(3): 309-315

2006


Accession: 011960143

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Abstract
16 SIV and 9 HIV isolates were selected for phylogenetic analysis, with HTLV-1 as an outgroup. CLUSTAL X, PHYLIP and MEGA were used to analysis the genomes and the sequences of Env, Gag, Pol. The phylogenetic trees were constructed by the Neighbor-joining(N-J) method and Maximum Likelihood(ML) method. The results confirmed that the two clusters of HIV were closely related to the two clusters of SIV. HIV-1 was highly related to several subtypes of SIVcpz and HIV-2 was highly related to SIVsm and SIVmm.