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Volume 14, Number 12—December 2008

Letter

Reexamination of Human Rabies Case with Long Incubation, Australia

Nicholas JohnsonComments to Author , Anthony R. Fooks, and Kenneth McColl
Author affiliations: World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Rabies and Rabies-Related Viruses, Weybridge, UK (N. Johnson, A. Fooks); Australian Animal Health Laboratory, Geelong, Victoria, Australia (K. McColl)

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Phylogenetic analysis of lyssavirus nucleoprotein sequences (306 bp) derived from viruses of Asian origin. European bat lyssavirus type 2 has been used as the outgroup. The human sequence is shown in boldface.

Figure. Phylogenetic analysis of lyssavirus nucleoprotein sequences (306 bp) derived from viruses of Asian origin. European bat lyssavirus type 2 has been used as the outgroup. The human sequence is shown in boldface.

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