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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 2

Neighbor-joining tree for 460 bp of nucleoprotein gene sequence for 67 rabies viruses, including representative samples from India, and a European bat lyssavirus type 2 (EBLV-2) specimen, 9018HOL, used as an out-group. The latter branch is shown as a dotted line to indicate that its length has been shortened to permit more detailed illustration of the rest of the tree. All additional rabies viruses used in this analysis are described in the Appendix Table. Bootstrap values >70% for 1,000 resa

Figure 2. Neighbor-joining tree for 460 bp of nucleoprotein gene sequence for 67 rabies viruses, including representative samples from India, and a European bat lyssavirus type 2 (EBLV-2) specimen, 9018HOL, used as an out-group. The latter branch is shown as a dotted line to indicate that its length has been shortened to permit more detailed illustration of the rest of the tree. All additional rabies viruses used in this analysis are described in the Appendix Table. Bootstrap values >70% for 1,000 resamplings of the data are shown on branches corresponding to the sample clusters. Strains and variants described in the text and in the Appendix Table are illustrated to the right of the tree. A genetic distance scale is indicated at bottom left. Subdivision of the Arctic group 1 into 3 subgroups—Arc-1, Arc-2a, and Arc-2b as described previously (19)—is shown in italics.

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

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