Caliciviruses and Foodborne Gastroenteritis, Chile
Roberto Vidal*, Veronica Solari†, Nora Mamani*, Xi Jiang‡, Jimena Vollaire†, Patricia Roessler*, Valeria Prado*, David O. Matson§, and Miguel L. O'Ryan*
Author affiliations: *University of Chile, Santiago, Chile; †Health Ministry of Chile, Santiago, Chile; ‡University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA; §Eastern Virginia Medical School and Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters, Norfolk, Virginia, USA
Figure. . Phylogenetic tree of noroviruses based on the 327-base region of the 3´ end of the open reading frame 1 using 13 novel sequences designated according to outbreak number/month–year (example: O55/5–2002), and 21 sequences of Norwalk-like virus strains representative of the currently identified genogroups, designated according to GenBank accession number. Comparative strains include: Norwalk virus (M87661), SaitamaU1 (AB039775), Saitama U201 (AB039782), WUG1 (AB081723), Schreier (AF093797), Camberwell (AF145896), Fort Lauderdale (AF414426), Saint Cloud (AF414427), Jena (AJ011099), Maryland (AY032605), Murine NV (AY228235), Southampton (L07418), OTH25 (L23830), Snow Mountain (L23831), Toronto (U02030), Desert Shield virus (U04469), Hawaii (U07611), Mexico (U22498), Bristol (X76716), Melksham (X81879), and Lorsdale (X86557). Bootstrap values based on 1,000 generated trees are displayed at the nodes (values >60% are shown).
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