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Volume 12, Number 8—August 2006


Bocavirus Infection in Hospitalized Children, South Korea

Ju-Young Chung*Comments to Author , Tae Hee Han*, Chang Keun Kim*, and Sang Woo Kim*
Author affiliations: *Inje University College of Medicine, Seoul, South Korea

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Figure 1. Phylogenetic analysis of Korea (KR-MN), Sweden (st), USA (CRD2), and Queensland (Q) NS1 gene sequences from human bocavirus strains presented on a topology tree prepared in MEGA3.1. Nucleotide alignment of a 245-bp portion of the NS1 gene was prepared by using BioEdit v7.0. The nucleotide distance matrix was generated with Kimura 2-parameter estimation. Nodal confidence values indicate the results of bootstrap resampling (n = 1,000). GenBank accession no. B19 (human erythrovirus B19, DQ408301); MVC (canine minute virus, NC_004442); st1 (HBoV strain st1, DQ000495); st2 (HBoV strain st2, DQ000496); QPID04-0007 (DQ200648); QPID04-0011 (DQ206702); CRD2 (DQ340570).

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