TABLE 2 

Rotavirus A and C genome information and detection in the LI_13-9 sample data set

Virus,
genome
segment
Length
(nt)
Protein(s)
encoded
Predicted functionNo. of contigs
(no. of RVCX
contigsa)
Putative
genotype(s)
Potential host(s)b
RVA
    13,302VP1RNA-dependent RNA polymerase7R2Human, cow
    22,693VP2Core capsid protein1C2Human
    32,591VP3RNA capping protein1M2Human, sheep
    42,363VP4Outer capsid spike protein3P[1], P(41), P[14]Human, pig, alpaca, monkey
    51,614NSP1Interferon antagonist protein6A3, A11Human, cow, pig, deer
    61,356VP6Inner capsid protein1I2Human
    71,105NSP3Translation effector protein4T6Human, dog, cow
    81,059NSP2Viroplasm RNA binding protein0
    91,062VP7Outer capsid glycoprotein2G10, G8Cow, human
    10751NSP4Enterotoxin1E2Human, cow
    11667NSP5 and -6Phosphoprotein, nonstructural protein0
 
RVC
    13,309VP1RNA-dependent RNA polymerase7 (0)RxPig, cow
    22,736VP2Core capsid protein4 (2)CxPig, dog
    32,283VP4Outer capsid protein2 (4)P[x]Pig
    42,166VP3Guanylyl transferase6 (0)MxPig
    51,353VP6Inner capsid protein1 (0)IxPig
    61,350NSP30 (1)TxHuman
    71,270NSP10 (2)AxPig, dog
    81,063VP7Outer capsid glycoprotein0 (2)GxPig
    91,037NSP22 (0)NxPig
    10730NSP50 (0)
    11613NSP4Enterotoxin0 (4)ExPig
  • a Number of predicted RVCX contigs are in parentheses, i.e., contigs with only limited amino acid similarity to RVC.

  • b Potential hosts are defined as the hosts of the reference rotavirus sequence with the highest similarity to the contigs found in the virome sample LI_13-9.