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From: Published sequences do not support transfer of oseltamivir resistance mutations from avian to human influenza A virus strains

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Phylogenetic analysis of 616 N1 genes derived from H1N1 virus collected from humans and 1,009 N1 genes from influenza virus (irrespective of hemagglutinin identity) in avian samples. The sequences represent a randomly chosen subset of the total set of altogether 12,413 N1 sequences analyzed. All 111 sequences containing the OE resistance mutation H274Y are included in the dendrogram. N1 sequences of virus collected from birds, are indicated by red vertical bars, and N1 sequences, derived from human samples, are indicated by blue vertical bars. N1 sequences from bird samples that map in clusters of sequences from human samples are denoted by red arrows, whereas sequences from human samples that map in clusters of sequences from avian samples are denoted by blue arrows. Details for these sequences are given in the bottom right section of the figure. Sequences carrying an OE resistance mutation are indicated by black arrows and, when clustered, also by a dark yellow box. Different clusters of sequences are designated A-D in block capitals.

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