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Table 4 Identity to XMRV-like sequences

From: Endogenous murine leukemia retroviral variation across wild European and inbred strains of house mouse

  MLV Target C3H LP/J SJL Mmd1 Mmd2 PreXMRV1 PreXMRV2 XMRV
PreXMRV1 1 96.6 96.6 84.9 96.3 94.1 100 90.8 98.3
  2,3 99.7 99.2 92 99.2 95.2 100 91.2 92.3
  5 98.7 98.9 92.9 99.2 92.6 100 91.1 92.2
  6 96.5 97.4 83.4 96.5 83.3 100 78.7 86.5
PreXMRV2 1 100 100 96.6 100 97.2 90.8 100 92.4
  2,3 100 100 99.5 100 99.5 91.2 100 98.9
  5 100 100 99.7 100 99.5 91.1 100 89.8
  6 99.5 100 95.4 99.7 95.1 78.7 100 91.6
XMRV 1 97.3 97.3 86.5 97.3 95.6 98.3 92.4 100
  2,3 98.9 98.9 98.4 98.9 98.9 92.3 98.9 100
  5 95.8 95.8 92.8 95.5 92.6 92.2 89.8 100
  6 93.1 96.8 88.6 94.9 90 86.5 91.6 100
  1. The use of boldface indicates that across all MLV target regions, a generated sequence read was more similar to the reference than were other XMRV references. Although in this table, PreXMRV1 could be predicted to be present in C3H, LP/J and Mmd1, Xmv43 exhibited higher identity to several breakpoints than the sequences obtained from the mice in this study. Thus, we cannot conclude that any of these mice carry PreXMRV1