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Table 1 Identification of HRV serotypes using microarray, de novo sequencing, and in silico model of de novo sequence results.

From: Resequencing microarray probe design for typing genetically diverse viruses: human rhinoviruses and enteroviruses

VR-1122 HRV12 HRV12 HRV12 (99%) HRV12 EU870449
Sample name ATCC typing Array de novo sequence* in silico model Accession Number
VR-1366 HRV1B HRV1B HRV1B (99%) HRV1B EU870452
VR-482 HRV2 HRV2 HRV2 (99%) HRV2 EU870453
VR-1142 HRV32 HRV32 HRV32 (100%) HRV32 EU870454
VR-340 HRV39 HRV39 HRV39 (99%) HRV39 EU870455
VR-517 HRV50 HRV50 HRV50 (100%) HRV50 EU870457
VR-1192 HRV82 HRV82 HRV82 (100%) HRV82 EU870460
VR-1195 HRV85 HRV85 HRV85 (99%) HRV85 EU870462
VR-1199 HRV89 HRV89 HRV89 (99%) HRV89 EU870465
VR-1118 HRV8 HRV8 HRV8 (100%) HRV8 EU870459
VR-489 HRV9 HRV9 HRV9 (100%) HRV9 EU870466
VR-284 HRV14 HRV14 HRV14 (99%) HRV14 EU870450
VR-1127 HRV17 HRV17 HRV17 (100% HRV17 EU870451
VRV-1179 HRV69 HRV69 HRV69 (100%) HRV69 EU870458
VR-1194 HRV84 HRV84 HRV84 (100%) HRV84 EU870461
VR-1196 HRV86 HRV86 HRV86 (99%) HRV86 EU870463
VR-1197 HRV87 HRV87 HRV87 (99%) HRV87 EU870464
VR-1291 HRV90 HRV90 HRV90 (100%) HRV90 EU870467
VR-1128 HRV18 HRV18 HRV18 (100%) HRV18 EU870469
VR-1132 HRV22 HRV22 HRV22 (100%) HRV22 EU870470
VR-1139 HRV29 HRV29 HRV29 (99%) HRV29 EU870471
VR-1153 HRV43 HRV43 HRV43 (100%) HRV43 EU870474
VR-1184 HRV74 HRV74 HRV74 (98%) HRV74 EU870480
VR1186 HRV76 HRV76 HRV76 (99%) HRV76 EU870481
VR-483 HRV3 HRV3 HRV3 (99%) HRV3 EU870472
VR-485 HRV5 HRV-B HRV5 (100%) HRV5 EU870476
VR-486 HRV6 HRV6 HRV6 (99%) HRV6 EU870478
VR-508 HRV35 HRV35 HRV35 (100%) HRV35 EU870473
VR-512 HRV45 HRV45 HRV45 (100%) HRV45 EU870456
VR-1294 HRV93 HRV93 HRV93 (100) HRV93 EU870468
VR-1297 HRV97 HRV97 HRV97 (93%) HRV97 EU870482
VR-1173 HRV63 HRV63 HRV62 (90%) HRV63 EU870479
VR-515 HRV48 HRV48 HRV48 (98%) HRV48 EU870475
VR-1163 HRV53 HRV53 HRV53 (99%) HRV53 EU870477
  1. Prototype serotypes having strong hybridization signals were designated in bold characters. The strain not identified at serotype level by microarray was underlined.
  2. *Serotype identities were made by searching 5'UTR sequences of HRV isolates against Genbank;
  3. () indicates the highest percentage of identity to the sequence in Genbank.