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Table 2 Results of custom BLAST using partial major capsid protein (MCP) DNA sequence (500 bp) of the ranavirus from Rana dybowskii in this study. The accession numbers of the sequences used for custom BLAST analysis are shown in Fig. 2

From: First detection of ranavirus in a wild population of Dybowski’s brown frog (Rana dybowskii) in South Korea

Sequence (host species) Identical sites (%)
Rana grylio iridovirus isolate AD177LH (Rana huanrenensis) 100.0
Ranavirus KRV-1 (Pelophylax chosenicus) 99.8
Rana grylio iridovirus (Rana grylio) 99.8
Rana catesbeiana virus JP (Lithobates catesbeianus) 99.8
Rana grylio iridovirus isolate AD183OH (Rana huanrenensis) 99.8
Soft-shelled turtle iridovirus (Pelodiscus sinensis) 99.6
Frog virus 3 (Rana pipiens) 99.6
Bohle iridovirus (Limnodynastes ornatus) 99.2
Tiger frog virus (Rana tigrina rugulosa) 98.6
Pike perch iridovirus (Stizostedion lucioperca) 98.4
Chinese giant salamander virus (Andrias davidianus) 98.4
Rana esculenta virus (Rana esculenta) 98.2
Epizootic hematopoietic necrosis virus (Perca fluviatilis) 97.6
European sheatfish virus (Silurus glanis) 96.8
Ranavirus maxima (Psetta maxima) 96.2
Cod iridovirus (Gadus morhua) 96.2
Ambystoma tigrinum stebbensi virus (Ambystoma tigrinum stebbensi) 96.0
Short-finned eel ranavirus (Anguilla australis) 94.6