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H1N1 GenBank Multiple DNA Sample Entries?

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Default H1N1 GenBank Multiple DNA Sample Entries?



We will be using GenBank, a genomic database to obtain the nucleotide sequences for the
particular H1N1 (2009) sample A/California/04/2009(H1N1).

Looking through the search results, confirm that the H1N1 sample contains 8
segments, named segment 1 to 8.

What is the reason that the same segment is listed in multiple entries?
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