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Volume 14, Number 4—April 2008

Research

Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome Caused by 2 Lineages of Dobrava Hantavirus, Russia1

Boris Klempa*†2, Evgeniy A. Tkachenko‡2, Tamara K. Dzagurova‡, Yulia V. Yunicheva‡, Vyacheslav G. Morozov‡, Natalia M. Okulova‡, Galina P. Slyusareva‡, Aleksey Smirnov‡, and Detlev H. Kruger*Comments to Author 

Author affiliations: *Charité School of Medicine, Berlin, Germany; †Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia; ‡Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Moscow, Russia;

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Figure 1

Phylogenetic analysis of D-loop sequences of the animal sources of the viruses Sochi/Ap and Lipetsk/Aa (in boldface): Apodemus ponticus from the Sochi region (Ap1584/Sochi; EU188455) and A. agrarius from Lipetsk region (Aa1854/Lipetsk; EU188456). Sequences of other Apodemus spp. were obtained from GenBank; accession numbers are indicated at the branch tips. The neighbor-joining tree was constructed by using the Tamura-Nei (TN93) evolutionary model. Values above the tree branches represent the bootstrap values calculated from 10,000 replicates. The scale bar indicates an evolutionary distance of 0.1 substitutions per position in the sequence.

Figure 1. Phylogenetic analysis of D-loop sequences of the animal sources of the viruses Sochi/Ap and Lipetsk/Aa (in boldface): Apodemus ponticus from the Sochi region (Ap1584/Sochi; EU188455) and A. agrarius from Lipetsk region (Aa1854/Lipetsk; EU188456). Sequences of other Apodemus spp. were obtained from GenBank; accession numbers are indicated at the branch tips. The neighbor-joining tree was constructed by using the Tamura-Nei (TN93) evolutionary model. Values above the tree branches represent the bootstrap values calculated from 10,000 replicates. The scale bar indicates an evolutionary distance of 0.1 substitutions per position in the sequence.

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1This work is dedicated to the memory of our friend and colleague Milan Labuda, who died in August 2007.

2These authors contributed equally to this article.

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