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8, center group) or those with a more complex Q, B, R/A[B] chimeric pattern (Fig. 8, lower group). 22 G. S. -C. Zong 5 The TMP-P and TMP-M Alleles and Adjacent Chimeric Regions Variability in the KSHV TMP(K15) membrane protein mapping at the extreme RHS of the genome represents an entirely different situation than that for VIP. There are huge amino acid variations found between the P and M alleles, but these are not directly associated with the ethnic and geographic diasporas of modern humans. Rather, each allele itself displays the migration out of Africa patterns at a low variability level, and the differences between the P and M alleles (plus now a third newly recognized N allele as well) represent instead a vastly older evolutionary divergence in a gene that is not itself hypervariable like VIP but evidently evolves at the same slower rate as a typical constant region gene.
7 A/C A/C A/C A/C A2 A2 A2 A6 A/C A/C A/C A/C A/C A/C A3 A3 A/C A/C A3 C2 A/C A/C M M M M M LNA 75E UPS A/C A/C A/C A/C A/C A/C A/C A/C A/C A/C A/C A/C A2 M M A2 M M A2 M M A/C A/C A/C A/C A/C A/C A/C K15 P P P P P MX MX MX P P P P P P MX MX MX P P P P A/C A/C A/C M -- M M M M M A/C A/C A/C A3 A3 A/C A/C A/C A/C P M M M MX M M M MX M M MX M M M MX M M M MX o = Inner, older A' + C' HOLLAND EGYPT SICILY SAUDI SAUDI ITALY GERMANY CHINA/K CHINA/K Fig. 6 Whole genomic structural summary for 43 Eurasian KSHV samples, including 23 P/M chimeras.
1999). Because of the patchwork homology over this region, the RHS of the chimeric domain is also readily detected within the sequence differences Modern Evolutionary History of the Human KSHV Genome 27 chart for UPS75, one of our previously described constant region PCR loci (Zong et al. 1997). The distinctive exotic M pattern begins at position 1357 in UPS75 and extends rightward. Importantly, all 13 European and Asian M allele genomes analyzed in the UPS75 locus have essentially the same adjacent, M-associated UPS75 subtype K/M sequences on the LHS, which are very distinctive from all A/C-, B-, and D-subtype UPS75 sequences.