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Volume 11, Number 1—January 2005

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G, N, and P Gene-based Analysis of Chandipura Viruses, India

Vidya A. Arankalle*Comments to Author , Shrotri Sandhya Prabhakar*, Walimbe Atul Madhukar*, Pawar Shailesh Dattatraya*, Mishra Akhilesh Chandra*, and Hanumaih
Author affiliations: *National Institute of Virology, Pune, Maharashtra, India

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Figure 5

Phylogenetic analyses of complete G gene (A), P gene (B), and N gene (C) of Chandipura virus isolates. For details on isolates, see Table 2. Percent bootstrap support is indicated by the values at each node. For G and P gene-based analyses, Piry virus (GenBank accession no. D26175) was used as an outgroup. For N gene, an unrooted tree was constructed because the sequence for Piry virus was not available.

Figure 5. Phylogenetic analyses of complete G gene (A), P gene (B), and N gene (C) of Chandipura virus isolates. For details on isolates, see Table 2. Percent bootstrap support is indicated by the values at each node. For G and P gene-based analyses, Piry virus (GenBank accession no. D26175) was used as an outgroup. For N gene, an unrooted tree was constructed because the sequence for Piry virus was not available.

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