Reexamination of Human Rabies Case with Long Incubation, Australia
Nicholas Johnson , 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)
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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