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Table 2 BLASTn results for our three samples that contained both influenza A and B sequences

From: Use of hemagglutinin and neuraminidase amplicon-based high-throughput sequencing with variant analysis to detect co-infection and resolve identical consensus sequences of seasonal influenza in a university setting

S/N Lab-ID HA NA
Most Similar Strain in GenBank (Accession No./date-of-collection) Similarity (%) Lineage Most Similar Strain in GenBank (Accession No./date-of-collection) Similarity (%) Lineage
2 01212020–002 A/Washington/10/2020 (MT168520/01012020) 100 A (H1N1)pdm09 A/Washington/10/2020 (MT168522/01012020) 100 A(H1N1)pdm09
B/Arizona/26/2019 (MN949149/11022019) 100 B/Victoria B/Kenya/11/2019 (MN086301/04162019) 99.61 B/Victoria
18 01232020–006 A/Washington/10/2020 (MT168520/01012020) 100 A (H1N1)pdm09 A/Washington/10/2020 (MT168522/01012020) 100 A(H1N1)pdm09
B/Arizona/26/2019 (MN949149/11022019) 100 B/Victoria B/Kenya/11/2019 (MN086301/04162019) 99.61 B/Victoria
24 01242020–006 A/Washington/10/2020 (MT168520/01012020) 100 A (H1N1)pdm09 A/Washington/10/2020 (MT168522/01012020) 100 A(H1N1)pdm09
B/Arizona/26/2019 (MN949149/11022019) 100 B/Victoria B/Kenya/11/2019 (MN086301/04162019) 99.61 B/Victoria