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Oxford HBV Automated Subtyping Tool (Version 1.0)

This tool is designed to use phylogenetic methods in order to identify the subtype of a specific sequence.  The sequence is analysed for recombination using bootscanning methods.

Note for batch analysis: The Oxford HBV subtype tool accepts up to 1000 sequences at a time. 

Enter here your input data as FASTA format.

Choose a mirror to subtype your sequences or choose another virus to genotype.

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Developed by: Tulio de Oliveira, Sharon Cassol, Emmanouil Magiorkinis, Dimitrios Paraskevis and Andrew Rambaut

Developed in collaboration between the Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies bioinformatics group, UKZN, South Africa,  the Evolutionary Biology Group at University of Oxford, UK and the the HIV-1 Pathogenesis and Immunotherapeutics Program at University of Pretoria, South Africa.

Funded by the Marie Curie Fellowship, Wellcome Trust and Royal Society, UK.

In order to help in the responce to the Zika worldwide emergency, we have produced a sutyping tool to identify Dengue, Zika and Chikungunya viruses species and genotypes.

Suggestions or problems on the program please contact:  Dr Tulio de Oliveira.