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From: Conserved antigenic sites between MERS-CoV and Bat-coronavirus are revealed through sequence analysis

Fig. 3

MERS-CoV shared S, E, M and N proteins epitope with HKU4 and HKU5 bat coronavirus: a MERS-CoV shared maximum number of spike protein epitope with HKU5 bat- CoV than HKU4 Bat-CoV. Here Y axis indicates the coronavirus strain and X axis indicates the epitopes. b MERS-CoV shared equal number of envelope protein epitope with HKU4 and HKU5 bat-CoV. c In case of membrane protein epitope, they shared equal number of epitope. d MERS and Bat coronaviruses shared equal number of nucleocapsid protein epitope

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