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Volume 10, Number 5—May 2004

Dispatch

Human and Porcine Hepatitis E Virus Strains, United Kingdom

Malcolm Banks*Comments to Author , Richard Bendall†, Sylvia Grierson*, Graham Heath*, Jonathon Mitchell‡, and Harry Dalton†
Author affiliations: *Veterinary Laboratories Agency, New Haw, Addlestone, Surrey, United Kingdom; †Royal Cornwall Hospital, Treliske, Truro, Cornwall, United Kingdom; ‡Kings College Hospital, Denmark Hill, London, United Kingdom

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Human United Kingdom isolate (AY362357) is shown in bold and compared with closely related swine and human hepatitis E virus isolates (GenBank accession no., country of origin, and host are indicated). Bootstrap values greater than 70% are considered significant and are indicated.

Figure 2. Human United Kingdom isolate (AY362357) is shown in bold and compared with closely related swine and human hepatitis E virus isolates (GenBank accession no., country of origin, and host are indicated). Bootstrap values greater than 70% are considered significant and are indicated.

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