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Volume 13, Number 1—January 2007

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Alkhurma Hemorrhagic Fever Virus in Ornithodoros savignyi Ticks

Rémi N. Charrel*Comments to Author , Shamsudeen Fagbo†, Gregory Moureau*, Mohammad Hussain Alqahtani†, Sarah Temmam*, and Xavier de Lamballerie*
Author affiliations: *Université de la Méditerranée, Marseille, France; †King Abdul Aziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia;

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Phylogenetic analysis of AHFV-JE7 (shown in boldface) detected in an Ornithodoros savignyi tick and homologous sequences of related mammalian tickborne flaviviruses based on colinearized nucleotide sequences. Distances and groupings were determined by the p-distance algorithm and neighbor-joining method. Bootstrap values are indicated and correspond to 500 replications. Rio Bravo and Apoi viruses were used to root the tree. The scale bar at the lower left indicates a genetic distance of 0.05-nt

Figure. Phylogenetic analysis of AHFV-JE7 (shown in boldface) detected in an Ornithodoros savignyi tick and homologous sequences of related mammalian tickborne flaviviruses based on colinearized nucleotide sequences. Distances and groupings were determined by the p-distance algorithm and neighbor-joining method. Bootstrap values are indicated and correspond to 500 replications. Rio Bravo and Apoi viruses were used to root the tree. The scale bar at the lower left indicates a genetic distance of 0.05-nt substitutions per position.

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