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Volume 13, Number 1—January 2007

Research

Emergence of Arctic-like Rabies Lineage in India

Susan A. Nadin-Davis*Comments to Author , Geoff Turner*, Joel P. V. Paul†1, Shampur N. Madhusudana†, and Alexander I. Wandeler*

Author affiliations: *Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; †National Institute for Mental Health; Neurosciences, Bangalore, India;

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Figure 1

Neighbor-joining tree for 500 bp of nucleoprotein gene sequence for 38 rabies virus samples from India, as described in the Table, using the CVS sequence as an out-group. The sequence window used corresponded to positions 279 to 778 of the CVS reference sequence. Bootstrap values >65% for 1,000 resamplings of the data are shown on branches to the right of the corresponding sample clusters. The 2 main Indian clusters identified by this analysis (IN-1 and IN-2) are indicated to the right of the

Figure 1. Neighbor-joining tree for 500 bp of nucleoprotein gene sequence for 38 rabies virus samples from India, as described in the Table, using the CVS sequence as an out-group. The sequence window used corresponded to positions 279 to 778 of the CVS reference sequence. Bootstrap values >65% for 1,000 resamplings of the data are shown on branches to the right of the corresponding sample clusters. The 2 main Indian clusters identified by this analysis (IN-1 and IN-2) are indicated to the right of the tree. A genetic distance scale is indicated at bottom left.

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1Current affiliation: University College London Hospitals NHS Trust, London, United Kingdom

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