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  Genus: Sapovirus
  Species: Sapporo virus
    classical human calicivirus (HuCV)
    porcine enteric calicivirus (PEC)
    mink enteric calicivirus (MEC)
    bat sapovirus
    California sea lion sapovirus
    Canine sapovirus
    Chimpanzee sapovirus
     
 
Sapporo virus (SV)
Virus Strain Region

Length

Accession No.

Reference Comments
SV-GI Sapporo/82/Japan pol (p) 551 S77903 Matson et al., 1995  
pol+capsid 3161 U65427 Numata et al., 1997  
SV-GI Manchester virus/93/UK CG 7431 X86560 Liu et al., 1995; Liu et al., 1997  
SV-GII London/29845/92/UK pol (p) 448 U67858 Berke et al., 1997  
pol(p)+capsid 3178 U95645 Jiang et al., 1997  
SV-GII Bristol          
SV Plymouth/92/UK 3' end of genome 2890 X86559 Liu et al., 1995  
SV Houston/DCC/86/US pol (p) 530 U67856 Matson et al., 1995  
pol(p)+capsid 3138 U95643 Jiang et al., 1997  
SV Vanderbijlpark/313616/93/SA pol (p) 370 U43287 Wolfaardt et al., unpublished (b)  
pol (p) 370 U67857 Berke et al., 1997  
SV Parkville/94/US pol(p)+capsid 3085 U73124 Noel et al., 1997  
SV Houston/27/90/US pol (p) 486 U67859 Berke et al., 1997  
pol(p)+capsid 3167 U95644 Jiang et al., 1997  
SV Pretoria/205430/92/SA pol (p) 370 U50824 Wolfaardt et al., unpublished (c)  
SV Pretoria/MK17/94/SA pol (p) 370 U50825 Wolfaardt et al., unpublished (c)  
SV Stockholm/318/97/SE capsid 1695 AF194182 Vinje et al., 1999  
 
Porcine enteric calicivirus (PEC) or porcine enteric sapovirus
Virus Strain Region

Length

Accession No.

Reference Comments
SV-GIII Cowden CG

7320

AF182760 Guo et al., 1999  
SV-GIII swine/sav1/2008/CHN (Ch-sw-sav1) CG 7558 FJ387164 Yang et al., 2009  
SV-GIII swine/ah-1/2009/CHN CG 7342 JX678943 Fan and Wang, 2012  
PEC LL14 CG 7291 AY425671 Chang et al., unpub.  
PEC Korean 6802 pol(p) 381 AY289186 Kim et al., unpub.  
PEC Korean 8402 pol(p) 381 AY289187 Kim et al., unpub.  
PEC Korean 10802 pol(p) 381 AY289188 Kim et al., unpub.  
PEC K7/JP CG 7144 AB221130 Yin et al., 2006  
PEC K10/JP pol(p)+capsid+ORF2 2972 AB221131 Yin et al., 2006  
PEC K8/JP capsid 1617 AB242873 Yin, unpub.  
PEC S20/JP capsid 1635 AB242875 Yin, unpub.  
PEC swine/YiY1/2006/PRC (pTPESCAP15) capsid 1635 EU381230 Yu et al., unpub.  
PEC swine/YiY1/2006/PRC (pETPESCAP18) capsid 1635 EU381231 Yu et al., unpub.  
PEC swine/Id3/2005/HUN pol(p)+capsid 2035 DQ383274 Reuter et al., 2010  
PEC swine/Pos6/2007/HUN pol(p)+capsid 2048 FJ808729 Reuter et al., 2010  
PEC swine/PoS7/2007/HUN pol(p) 286 FJ808730 Reuter et al., 2010  
PEC swine/PoS9/2007/HUN pol(p)+capsid 2079 FJ808731 Reuter et al., 2010  
             
 
Mink enteric calicivirus (MEC)
Virus Strain Region

Length

Accession No.

Reference Comments
MEC 1/1999/US pol(p)

315

AF338404

Guo et al., 2001  
             
Bat sapovirus (BSV)
Virus Strain Region

Length

Accession No.

Reference Comments
BSV bat/TLC34/HK CG 7679 JN899072 Tse et al., 2012  
BSV bat/TLC38/HK ORF1(p) 1130 JN899073 Tse et al., 2012  
BSV bat/TLC39/HK CG 7679 JN899074 Tse et al., 2012  
BSV bat/TLC58/HK CG 7696 JN899075 Tse et al., 2012  
BSV bat/TLC72/HK ORF1(p) 764 JQ267527 Tse et al., 2012  
             
California sea lion sapovirus 1 (CSLSV-1) and 2 (CSLSV-2)
Virus Strain Region

Length

Accession No.

Reference Comments
CSLSV-1 9775/California/2010 CG 7497 JN420370 Li et al., 2011a  
CSLSV-2 1136/California/2010 ORF1(p) 2166 JN420369 Li et al., 2011a  
             
Canine sapovirus (CaSV)
Virus Strain Region

Length

Accession No.

Reference Comments
CaSV dog/AN210D/USA/2009 CG 7469 JN387134 Li et al., 2011b  
CaSV dog/AN196/USA/2009 capsid(p) 2578 JN387135 Li et al., 2011b  
             
Chimpanzee sapovirus (ChSV) from Pan troglodytes
Virus Strain Region

Length

Accession No.

Reference Comments
ChSV chimp/IJC04/Tchimpounga/DRC/2011 CG(p) 7320 KJ858686 Mombo et al., unpub.  
ChSV chimp/IJC09/Tchimpounga/DRC/2011 CG(p) 7320 KJ858687 Mombo et al., unpub.  
             
 
CG = complete genome
(p) = partial gene sequence
N/A = not available on the EMBL/GenBank/DDBJ databases
   
 

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