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Volume 13, Number 1—January 2007

Dispatch

Sapovirus in Water, Japan

Grant S. Hansman*Comments to Author , Daisuke Sano†, You Ueki‡, Takahiro Imai†, Tomoichiro Oka*, Kazuhiko Katayama*, Naokazu Takeda*, and Tatsuo Omura†
Author affiliations: *National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Tokyo, Japan; †Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan; ‡Miyagi Prefectural Institute of Public Health and Environment, Sendai, Japan;

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Figure 2

Phylogenetic analysis of sapovirus capsid nucleotide sequence showing different genogroups. Items in boldface are sequences isolated in this study and dates of isolation. Numbers on each branch indicate bootstrap values for the genotype. Bootstrap values >950 were considered statistically significant for the grouping. The scale bar represents nucleotide substitutions per site. Manchester, X86560; Sapporo, U65427; Chiba000496F, AJ412800; Stockholm318, AF194182; Potsdam, AF294739; Parkville, U7

Figure 2. Phylogenetic analysis of sapovirus capsid nucleotide sequence showing different genogroups. Items in boldface are sequences isolated in this study and dates of isolation. Numbers on each branch indicate bootstrap values for the genotype. Bootstrap values >950 were considered statistically significant for the grouping. The scale bar represents nucleotide substitutions per site. Manchester, X86560; Sapporo, U65427; Chiba000496F, AJ412800; Stockholm318, AF194182; Potsdam, AF294739; Parkville, U73124; Houston27, U95644; SW278; DQ125333; Ehime1107, DQ058829; NK24, AY646856; Arg39, AY289803; Mc2, AY237419; Mc10, AY237420; Mex340, AF435812; cruise ship, AY289804; C12, AY603425; PEC, AF182760.

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