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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 4

Phylogenetic relationships between Brazilian and previously characterized hantaviruses. Abbreviations and GenBank accession numbers of the previously published sequences of the hantaviruses used in this study are listed in the legend of Figure 2. Maximum parsimony analysis of the nucleotide sequence of the 1,239-nt fragment of the M segment with the heuristic search option. Bootstrap values of >50%, obtained from 500 replicates of the analysis are shown.

Figure 4. Phylogenetic relationships between Brazilian and previously characterized hantaviruses. Abbreviations and GenBank accession numbers of the previously published sequences of the hantaviruses used in this study are listed in the legend of Figure 2. Maximum parsimony analysis of the nucleotide sequence of the 1,239-nt fragment of the M segment with the heuristic search option. Bootstrap values of >50%, obtained from 500 replicates of the analysis are shown.

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