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Isolates of hepatitis C virus (HCV) show considerable nucleotide sequence variability throughout the genome. Comparisons of complete genome sequences have been used as the basis of classification of HCV into a number of genotypes that show 67 to 77% sequence similarity. In order to investigate whether sequence relationships between genotypes are equivalent in different regions of the genome, we have carried out formal sequence analysis of variants in the 5' non-coding region (5'NCR) and in the genes encoding the core protein, an envelope protein (E1) and a non-structural protein (NS-5). In the E1 region, variants grouped into a series of six major genotypes and a series of subtypes that could be matched to the phylogenetic groupings previously observed for the NS-5 region. Furthermore, core and E1 sequences showed three non-overlapping ranges of sequence similarity corresponding to those between different genotypes, subtypes and isolates previously described in NS-5. Each major genotype could also be reliably identified by sequence comparisons in the well conserved 5'NCR, although many subtypes, such as 1a/1b, 2a/2c and some of those of type 4, could not be reliably distinguished from each other in this region. These data indicate that subgenomic regions such as E1 and NS-5 contain sufficient phylogenetic information for the identification of each of the 11 or 12 known types and subtypes of HCV. No evidence was found for variants of HCV that had sequences of one genotype in the 5'NCR but of a different one in the E1 or NS-5 region. This suggests that recombination between different HCV types is rare or non-existent and does not currently pose a problem in the use of subgenomic regions in classification.

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The frequency of infection with the six classified major genotypes of hepatitis C virus (HCV) was investigated in 447 infected volunteer blood donors from the following nine countries: Scotland, Finland, The Netherlands, Hungary, Australia, Egypt, Japan, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Viral sequences in plasma from blood donors infected with HCV were amplified in the 5'-noncoding region and were typed by restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis. Electrophoresis of DNA fragments produced by cleavage with HaeIII-RsaI and ScrFI-HinfI allowed HCV types 1 (or 5), 2, 3, 4, and 6 to be identified. Further analysis with MvaI-HinfI allowed sequences of the type 5 genotype to be distinguished from sequences of the type 1 genotype. Types 1, 2, and 3 accounted for almost all infections in donors from Scotland, Finland, The Netherlands, and Australia. Types 2 and 3 were not found in the eastern European country (Hungary), where all but one of the donors were infected with type 1. Donors from Japan and Taiwan were infected only with type 1 or 2, while types 1, 2, and 6 were found in those from Hong Kong. HCV infection among Egyptians was almost always by type 4. Donors infected with HCV type 1 showed broad serological reactivity with all four antigens of the second generation Chiron RIBA-2 assay (Chiron Corporation, Emeryville, Calif.), while infection with divergent HCV genotypes elicited antibodies mainly reactive to c22-3 and c33c. Reactivities with antibodies 5-1-1 and c100-3 were infrequent and were generally weak, irrespective of the geographical origin of the donor. Because the envelope region of HCV is even more variable than the NS-4 region, it is likely that vaccines based on these proteins need to be multivalent and perhaps specifically adapted for different geographical regions.

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