Krisztián Bányai*† , Ágnes Bogdán*, Péter Kisfali†, Péter Molnár‡, Ilona Mihály‡, Béla Melegh†, Vito Martella§, Jon R. Gentsch¶, and György Szücs*†
Author affiliations: *Baranya County Institute of State Public Health Service, Pécs, Hungary; †University of Pécs, Hungary; ‡”St. Laszlo” Central Hospital for Infectious Diseases, Budapest, Hungary; §University of Bari, Bari, Italy; ¶Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA;
Figure 2. Phylogenetic relationship among Hungarian and other G12 rotaviruses. The tree was generated by the neighbor-joining algorithm by using a 501-nt fragment of VP7 (nt 79–579). Scale bar represents the nucleotide distance. Bootstrap values >60% are shown in the branch nodes. The country of origin is shown parallel to the strain names. ARG strain is an unnamed G12 isolate from Argentina.
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