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Volume 10, Number 12—December 2004

Research

Identifying Rodent Hantavirus Reservoirs, Brazil

Akemi Suzuki*Comments to Author , Ivani Bisordi*, Silvana Levis†, Jorge Garcia†, Luiz E. Pereira*, Renato P. Souza*, Teresa K.N. Sugahara*, Noemi Pini†, Delia Enria†, and Luiza T. M. Souza*
Author affiliations: *Instituto Adolfo Lutz–São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil; †Instituto Nacional de Enfermedades Virales Humanas Dr. Julio I. Maiztegui, Pergamino, Argentina

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Figure 3

Phylogenetic relationship between newly and previously characterized Brazilian hantaviruses, using a 139-nt region of the M genomic segment G2 encoding region. Maximum Parsimony analysis was performed, using the heuristic search option. Bootstrap values of >50%, obtained from 500 replicates of the analysis are shown. Abbreviations and GenBank accession numbers of the previously published sequences of the hantaviruses used in this study: Araraquara-AF307327 and Castelo dos Sonhos-AF307326; Juq

Figure 3. Phylogenetic relationship between newly and previously characterized Brazilian hantaviruses, using a 139-nt region of the M genomic segment G2 encoding region. Maximum Parsimony analysis was performed, using the heuristic search option. Bootstrap values of >50%, obtained from 500 replicates of the analysis are shown. Abbreviations and GenBank accession numbers of the previously published sequences of the hantaviruses used in this study: Araraquara-AF307327 and Castelo dos Sonhos-AF307326; Juquitiba, JUQ (19).

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