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Volume 13, Number 4—April 2007

Letter

Human Infection with Schineria larvae

Max Maurin*Comments to Author , Jeanne Noelle Delbano*, Léandre Mackaya†, Henri Colomb†, Christophe Guier†, Aziza Mandjee†, Christine Recule*, and Jacques Croize*
Author affiliations: *Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Grenoble, Grenoble, France; †Hôpitaux Drôme Nord, Romans sur Isere, France;

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Phylogenetic position of the Romans strain within the Gamma Proteobacteria, determined by using Jukes-Cantor evolutionary distance calculation and neighbor-joining tree method. Bootstrap values (based on 500 steps) are indicated. GenBank accession no. of 16S rRNA gene of each bacterial species is indicated in parentheses.

Figure. Phylogenetic position of the Romans strain within the Gamma Proteobacteria, determined by using Jukes-Cantor evolutionary distance calculation and neighbor-joining tree method. Bootstrap values (based on 500 steps) are indicated. GenBank accession no. of 16S rRNA gene of each bacterial species is indicated in parentheses.

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