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Volume 12, Number 10—October 2006

Dispatch

West Nile Virus Isolation from Equines in Argentina, 2006

Maríaejandra Morales*Comments to Author , María Barrandeguy†, Cintia Fabbri*, Jorge Garcia*, Aldana Vissani†, Karina Trono†, Gerónimo Gutierrez†, Santiago Pigretti‡, Hernán Menchaca‡, Nelson Garrido‡, Nora Taylor§, Fernando Fernandez†, Silvana Levis*, and Delia Enría*
Author affiliations: *Instituto Nacional de Enfermedades Virales Humanas "Dr. Julio I. Maiztegui," Pergamino, Buenos Aires, Argentina; †Instituto de Virología, CICVyA INTA, Castelar, Buenos Aires, Argentina; ‡San Antonio de Areco, Argentina; §San Isidro, Argentina

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Phylogenetic trees of West Nile virus (WNV) nucleotide sequences. Maximum parsimony trees were obtained with TNT software (6). Values of jackknifing support are indicated at nodes. GenBank accession nos. ArEq001, ArEq002, and ArEq003: DQ537383, DQ537385, and DQ811782 (fragments NS5), DQ537382, DQ537384, and DQ811783 (fragments c/prM); ug37: M12294; vol99: AF317203, ari04: DQ164201; geo02: DQ164196; har04: DQ164206; hny1999: AF202541; Kun60: D00246; rum96: AF260969; Eg51:AF260968. A) NS5 fragment

Figure 2. Phylogenetic trees of West Nile virus (WNV) nucleotide sequences. Maximum parsimony trees were obtained with TNT software (6). Values of jackknifing support are indicated at nodes. GenBank accession nos. ArEq001, ArEq002, and ArEq003: DQ537383, DQ537385, and DQ811782 (fragments NS5), DQ537382, DQ537384, and DQ811783 (fragments c/prM); ug37: M12294; vol99: AF317203, ari04: DQ164201; geo02: DQ164196; har04: DQ164206; hny1999: AF202541; Kun60: D00246; rum96: AF260969; Eg51:AF260968. A) NS5 fragment. B) C/preM fragment.

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