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Volume 13, Number 6—June 2007

Dispatch

Reemergence of Oropouche Fever, Northern Brazil

Raimunda do Socorro da Silva Azevedo*, Márcio Roberto Teixeira Nunes*, Jannifer Oliveira Chiang*, Gilberta Bensabath*, Helena Baldez Vasconcelos*, Ana Yecê das Neves Pinto*, Lívia Carício Martins*, Hamilton Antônio de Oliveira Monteiro*, Sueli Guerreiro Rodrigues*, and Pedro F.C. Vasconcelos*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Instituto Evandro Chagas, Belém, Pará, Brazil;

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Figure 2

Comparative small (S) RNA phylogenetic tree constructed by using the neighbor-joining method for Oropouche virus strains isolated in Parauapebas and Porto de Moz, Pará State, Brazil. Bootstrap values were placed over the 3 nodes for each main group (I, II, and III). Aino virus S RNA sequence was used as an outgroup. Scale bar indicates a divergence of 5% in the nucleotide sequence.

Figure 2. Comparative small (S) RNA phylogenetic tree constructed by using the neighbor-joining method for Oropouche virus strains isolated in Parauapebas and Porto de Moz, Pará State, Brazil. Bootstrap values were placed over the 3 nodes for each main group (I, II, and III). Aino virus S RNA sequence was used as an outgroup. Scale bar indicates a divergence of 5% in the nucleotide sequence.

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