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Volume 12, Number 5—May 2006

Letter

Postmortem Confirmation of Human Rabies Source

Rafael Oliveira*Comments to Author , Neide Takaoka*, Paulo Brandao*, Pedro Carnieli*, Carla Macedo*, Juliana Castilho*, Maria Luiza Carrieri*, and Ivanete Kotait*
Author affiliations: *Instituto Pasteur, São Paulo, Brazil

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Neighbor-joining phylogenetic tree to a stretch of the 3´ end of the N gene of rabies virus variants related to vampire bats, insectivorous bats, and dogs. Strain DQ177278 is shown in bold. The bar indicates the genetic distance scale. Numbers at each node indicate 1,000 replicates of bootstrap values.

Figure. Neighbor-joining phylogenetic tree to a stretch of the 3´ end of the N gene of rabies virus variants related to vampire bats, insectivorous bats, and dogs. Strain DQ177278 is shown in bold. The bar indicates the genetic distance scale. Numbers at each node indicate 1,000 replicates of bootstrap values.

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