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Volume 13, Number 12—December 2007

Letter

Bartonella australis sp. nov. from Kangaroos, Australia

Pierre-Edouard Fournier*, Carmel Taylor†, Jean-Marc Rolain*, Lina Barrassi*, Greg Smith†, and Didier Raoult*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Université de la Méditerranée, Marseille, France; †Queensland Health Scientific Services, Coopers Plains, Queensland, Australia;

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Unrooted dendrogram showing the phylogenetic position of Bartonella sp. strain AUST/NH1 among Bartonella species inferred from the comparison of concatenated sequences from the rrs, gltA, intergenic spacer, rpoB, and ftsZ genes by the neighbor-joining method. We included only species for which all 5 genes were available. Bootstrap values are indicated at the nodes. The scale bar indicates nucleotide sequence divergence of 0.5%.

Figure. Unrooted dendrogram showing the phylogenetic position of Bartonella sp. strain AUST/NH1 among Bartonella species inferred from the comparison of concatenated sequences from the rrs, gltA, intergenic spacer, rpoB, and ftsZ genes by the neighbor-joining method. We included only species for which all 5 genes were available. Bootstrap values are indicated at the nodes. The scale bar indicates nucleotide sequence divergence of 0.5%.

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