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Volume 11, Number 4—April 2005

Research

Echovirus 30, Jiangsu Province, China

Yan Nan Zhao*, Qing Wu Jiang*Comments to Author , Ren Jie Jiang†, Liang Chen*, and David S. Perlin‡
Author affiliations: *Fudan University, Shanghai, China; †Yancheng Center for Disease Prevention and Control, Yancheng, China; ‡International Center for Public Health, Newark, New Jersey, USA

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Phylogenetic tree based on complete VP1 sequences among FDJS03 isolates and other strains of echovirus 30 from different geographic and temporal origins. The neighbor-joining method was used to construct the tree. Numbers at the nodes represent the percentage of 100 bootstrap pseudoreplicates that contained clusters distal to the node. Prototype strain Farina of echovirus 21 (shown as E21) was included as the outgroup, but the tree is unrooted.

Figure. Phylogenetic tree based on complete VP1 sequences among FDJS03 isolates and other strains of echovirus 30 from different geographic and temporal origins. The neighbor-joining method was used to construct the tree. Numbers at the nodes represent the percentage of 100 bootstrap pseudoreplicates that contained clusters distal to the node. Prototype strain Farina of echovirus 21 (shown as E21) was included as the outgroup, but the tree is unrooted.

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