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Volume 14, Number 2—February 2008

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Transmission of Hepatitis C Virus during Computed Tomography Scanning with Contrast

Helena Pañella*Comments to Author , Cristina Rius*, Joan A. Caylà*, and the Barcelona Hepatitis C Nosocomial Research Working Group 1
Author affiliations: *Agència de Salut Pública de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain;

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Figure 1

Phylogenetic tree of the partial glycoprotein E2 sequences of hepatitis C virus from patients investigated in 2 public hospitals and 1 private diagnostic center and control samples retrieved from Hospital Clinic and Hospital Vall d’Hebron in Barcelona, Spain. GenBank accession nos.: DQ682391, DQ682392, DQ682393, DQ682394, DQ682376, DQ682377, EU380670, EU380671, EU380672, EU380673, EU380674, EU380675. Branch lengths are drawn to scale. Only bootstrap values >70% are shown.

Figure 1. Phylogenetic tree of the partial glycoprotein E2 sequences of hepatitis C virus from patients investigated in 2 public hospitals and 1 private diagnostic center and control samples retrieved from Hospital Clinic and Hospital Vall d’Hebron in Barcelona, Spain. GenBank accession nos.: DQ682391, DQ682392, DQ682393, DQ682394, DQ682376, DQ682377, EU380670, EU380671, EU380672, EU380673, EU380674, EU380675. Branch lengths are drawn to scale. Only bootstrap values >70% are shown.

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1Barcelona Hepatitis C Nosocomial Research Working Group: E. Molinero and J.R. Villalbí, Agència de Salut Pública de Barcelona; F. Bory, J. Bruguera, X. Castells, J.M. Garcés, C. Iniesta, H. Knobel, T. Pi-Sunyer, R. Solà, and J. Varela, Hospital del Mar, Institut Municipal Investigacio Medica; M. Bruguera, A. Feliu, and X. Forns, Hospital Clínic de Barcelona; M. Campins, J.I. Esteban, M. Martell, J. Quer, and J.M. Sánchez, Hospital Vall d’Hebron Institut Català de la Salut, UAB and Ciberehd.

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