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Volume 14, Number 4—April 2008

Research

Detection and Prevalence Patterns of Group I Coronaviruses in Bats, Northern Germany

Florian Gloza-Rausch*†, Anne Ipsen*, Antje Seebens*, Matthias Göttsche†, Marcus Panning‡, Jan Felix Drexler‡, Nadine Petersen‡, Augustina Annan‡, Klaus Grywna‡, Marcel A. Müller§, Susanne Pfefferle‡, and Christian Drosten‡§Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Centre for Bat Protection and Information, Bad Segeberg, Germany; †University of Kiel, Kiel, Germany; ‡Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine, Hamburg, Germany; §University of Bonn Medical Centre, Bonn, Germany;

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Phlyogenetic analysis of northern German bat coronaviruses (CoV) (lineages 1–4) and related group I CoVs from bats and other mammals. Analyses were conducted in MEGA4 (32), by using the neighbor-joining algorithm with Kimura correction and a bootstrap test of phylogeny. Numbers at nodes denote bootstrap values as percentage of 1,000 repetitive analyses. The phylogeny is rooted with a Leopard CoV, ALC/GX/F230/06 (33). The column on the right shows bat CoV prototype strain names or the designations of type strains of established mammalian CoV species.

Figure 2. Phlyogenetic analysis of northern German bat coronaviruses (CoV) (lineages 1–4) and related group I CoVs from bats and other mammals. Analyses were conducted in MEGA4 (32), by using the neighbor-joining algorithm with Kimura correction and a bootstrap test of phylogeny. Numbers at nodes denote bootstrap values as percentage of 1,000 repetitive analyses. The phylogeny is rooted with a Leopard CoV, ALC/GX/F230/06 (33). The column on the right shows bat CoV prototype strain names or the designations of type strains of established mammalian CoV species.

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