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From: Study of Sylvilagusrabbit TRIM5α species-specific domain: how ancient endoviruses could have shaped the antiviral repertoire in Lagomorpha

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Lagomorpha TRIM5α deduced protein sequences. Alignment of TRIM5α deduced protein sequences from European rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus cuniculus (Orcucu) and Oryctolagus cuniculus algirus (Orcual) subspecies, European brown hare (Leeu - allele 1), Iberian hare (Legr - allele 1), brush rabbit (Syba) and American pika (Ocpr). Only allele 1 for Iberian hare is represented, as all the differences between both alleles are reported in the main text. European brown hare sequenced alleles were similar to those previously reported (Genbank accession numbers HM768824, HM768825) [40]. RING domain, B-box type 2 (BB2) domain, Coiled Coil (CC) domain and PRYSPRY domain, with its variable regions (v1, v2, v3 and v4), are indicated. Positively-selected codon positions are shaded; asterisk (*), identical residue between all species.

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